Matthias Jung creates worlds of surreal architecture that populate vast photographed landscapes. The works merge various elements of photography to create unique compositions, structures you might clearly recognize from a dream. By placing the composite structures in commonplace landscapes, the German-based graphic designer stores their believability, allowing us to trick our brains momentarily into thinking these places exist in environments we have not yet explored.
Jung refers to the works as “short architectural poems,” a sublime description for how they are visually consumed by the eye. You can check out more of his surreal architectural collages on his website gallery here.