Fictional Architectonic Structures by Filip Dujardin

Belgian photographer Filip Dujardin makes images of unexpected buildings – that is, he "combines photographs of parts of buildings into new, fictional, architectonic structures," Mark Magazine explains.

From Mark Magazine:

    Every montage, says Dujardin, is one project. It begins with an idea for a specific image. Often he starts off by building a model of the form he is trying to achieve – at first in cardboard, but he has recently discovered. He then goes on a photo safari, often just around the corner, to find suitable buildings "with a lot of the same things," so that they can be cut and pasted and serve as building material. In fact most of the fictional structures are buildings in Ghent, just re-sampled
All of his fictional buildings leave the mind to wonder into a world where this structures exist and are marveled for their design. It also makes you wonder if something like these can actually exist. Take a look at some of his work and let me know what it reminds you of when you gaze upon his structural masterpieces.


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