‘Inception’-style visions of Russian cities by Vladimir-based production studio Lestnica – each one anchored by a single architectural feature around which the surrounding cityscape fans outward and upward in melon-twisting fashion.
A software algorithm was applied to cameras in semi-automatic mode to produce thousands of test images from which dozens of hours of work yielded the final composites.
Just go with it.
A twofer from director Kouhei Nakama.
Music: ‘Hella’ and ’Calm The F**k Down’ by Broke For Free.
An homage to VW, Citröen and other automotive icons by British artist and designer Chris Labrooy.
A selection from a project called Scotch Tape by photographer Wes Naman – tape-warped real life caricatures.
That’s Chris O’Dowd at the top there.
No it’s not.
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