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Mind Bending Digital Manipulation by Víctor Enrich

By Kishore Sawh on December 17th 2013

Víctor Enrich is a name you’ll likely be hearing more of soon, if not already.  Hailing from Barcelona, Spain, Enrich is a designer already known for his warped takes on buildings around the world. His latest endeavour is the NHDK project. The fruits of which are the product of 5 months worth of re-imagining and manipulating a building in Munich, 88 beautifully rendered ways.

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[REWIND: Milan’s Architecture and People in Surreal Double Exposures]

Anyone with an interest in architecture and design will immediately appreciate the technical skill and proficiency utilized, and anyone else with eyes can appreciate their contribution to art, and photography. The appreciation has gone as global as his body of work, and highly recommend you visit his site for the full suite of images. At the courtesy of Enrich we’ve selected a few favorites below. Be sure to go to his website for all images, prints, and other work.

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All photographs by Victor Enrich are copyrighted and have been used with permission for SLR Lounge. Do not copy, modify or re-post this article or images without express permission.

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  1. Chandra

    Very cool – thanks for sharing!

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