Thursday, 16 February 2012

Erik Johansson

Erik Johansson is a professional photographer from Sweden, now living in Germany. His photo manipulations are quite extraordinary. Some made me laugh, others I found quite disturbing. You can find out more about him at http://alltelleringet.com

19 comments:

  1. Very cool. Always interesting to see normal things turned upside down and inside out. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. This guy is a genius ! what a phantasy and creativity ! really exceptional !
    I didn't know him. I'll have to see more from him.

    Blogger became crazy this word verification becomes a real plague !

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  3. I enjoyed this very much. My favorite was the one of the guy dragging the road away. The ones with stairs were fascinating. He has a lot of talent.

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  4. I found many of them disturbing, but some of them were very funny. I loved the Volvo from Ikea.
    Very interesting work, however.
    K

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  5. Where do you find these folk Janice?

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  6. So creative! Fascinating work.

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  7. Very creative.
    Really enjoyed it. Thanks for the smiles (and the occasional 'eek').

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  8. Hi Janice .. that was very interesting - to have a mind like that ... so pleased you posted for us .. cheers Hilary

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  9. Wow, those are quite amazing. i agree with you - some are astounding, some are unusual or disturbing.

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  10. Some were very odd indeed - I had to take a second peek at a few of them. Loved the 0's and X's game.

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  11. Wow izan egindako berriro . Zenbait fantastic info hemen. duzun nire comment enbargoa, cheers :) apurtu me

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  12. Thanks for this. I've had a quick look. I think he might be for me!

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  13. I agree with you. Brilliant with some a little disturbing

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  14. This is fabulous! I have been working on making slide shows and this takes the cake! I can't think how he makes some of the those weird individual photos
    but the flow of the whole is wonderful! Love your header, by the way.

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  15. Fascinating Janice. Thank you for sharing this with us.

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  16. Amazing! Wow, what a talent. Thank you for sharing!

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  17. So amazing! I sent the link on to one of my daughters who is an artist and would enjoy this.


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