These Photos Are Mind Blowing. I Still Can’t Believe Them When I Look At Them

Today’s post is an incredible collection of modified photographs from Swedish photographer and retouch artist Erik Johansson. His collection is one of the craziest and funkiest collections we have seen in a long time.

His inspiration, he says, comes from growing up with a grandmother who painted and he himself loved to get lost in video game fantasy worlds so it was natural for him to merge the two together in an imaginative and creative way using computers to create incredible images that no camera could take.

Below are some of his mind blowing creations from his collection:

Cut & Fold – Cut along the dotted line.

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Erik Johansson

Drifting Away – A safe place, drifting away.

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Erik Johansson

Electric guitar.

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Erik Johansson

Expecting winter – Where seasons meet.

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Erik Johansson

Snow cover.

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Erik Johansson

Big laundry day.

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Erik Johansson

Work at sea.

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Erik Johansson

Breaking up – Breaking up, drifting apart.

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Erik Johansson

Groundbreaking – Let’s go on a field trip.

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Erik Johansson

Lazy dog.

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Erik Johansson

Set them free – Do the right thing, set them free!

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Erik Johansson

Arms break, vases don’t.

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Erik Johansson

Roadworker’s coffee break.

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Erik Johansson

Penrose LEGO.

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Erik Johansson

Fishy island.

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Erik Johansson

Revolving theory.

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Erik Johansson

Common sense crossing.

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Erik Johansson

Face vs. Fist.

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Erik Johansson

Go your own road.

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Erik Johansson

Aqua Custodia.

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Erik Johansson

A painting too real.

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Erik Johansson

End of Line – The very last stop, the end of line.

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Erik Johansson

Iron man.

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Erik Johansson

If that didn’t blow your mind, nothing will.

Source: Erik Johansson Photography / Join Erik On Facebook

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