The highly improbable buildings of Victor Enrich
The most amazing things to see are often the ones that don’t exist in real life.
Photoshop, in the hands of a talented digital artist, has brought us some of the most magnificent things and now Barcelona-based artist and photographer Victor Enrich brings us buildings that could never be, at least not on Earth.
Victor Enrich creates intriguing works of art through a combination of photography and 3D digital rendering.
Buildings all over the world are then getting some very wild renovations by the artist. He has taken images of sky scrapers from the world’s cities and digitally reworked them with 3D rendering techniques. In doing so he creates buildings that pour out onto the street, bend horizontal, extrude their features in wild directions and even expand into trumpet like forms. The impossible buildings look like the imaginative mind of Frank Gehry run wild. Enrich has manipulated his own architectural photography to create impossible and fantastical structures, he turned architecture into improbable and surreal shapes.
Enrich explains that the images “don’t pretend to talk directly about anything related to architecture or urbanism” but are “simply chosen to become a channel to express myself”.
With over a decade of professional experience in the 3D architectural visualization field, Enrich is able to bring a true sense of photorealism to his ‘impossible’, rather highly improbable, buildings.
Now he applies those hard earned talents toward warping the minds of his viewers, creating buildings which often make little sense in the real world. His works attempt to give us a new and different view of “reality,” challenging us to question the current norms and look at the world with new eyes.
Get ready to see most bizarre buildings you could never see anywhere else !
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