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Awe-inspiring Digitally Manipulated Worlds by Michal Karcz
Viewing his work as a journey to the places which don’t exist, Polish artist and photographer Michal Karrcz found that using digital photography and software gave him the opportunity to generate unique realities that are impossible to create with ordinary dark room techniques.

Artists: | Website | [via: Bored Panda]
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Awe-inspiring Digitally Manipulated Worlds by Michal Karcz
Viewing his work as a journey to the places which don’t exist, Polish artist and photographer Michal Karrcz found that using digital photography and software gave him the opportunity to generate unique realities that are impossible to create with ordinary dark room techniques.

Artists: | Website | [via: Bored Panda]
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Awe-inspiring Digitally Manipulated Worlds by Michal Karcz
Viewing his work as a journey to the places which don’t exist, Polish artist and photographer Michal Karrcz found that using digital photography and software gave him the opportunity to generate unique realities that are impossible to create with ordinary dark room techniques.

Artists: | Website | [via: Bored Panda]
Zoom Info
Awe-inspiring Digitally Manipulated Worlds by Michal Karcz
Viewing his work as a journey to the places which don’t exist, Polish artist and photographer Michal Karrcz found that using digital photography and software gave him the opportunity to generate unique realities that are impossible to create with ordinary dark room techniques.

Artists: | Website | [via: Bored Panda]
Zoom Info
Awe-inspiring Digitally Manipulated Worlds by Michal Karcz
Viewing his work as a journey to the places which don’t exist, Polish artist and photographer Michal Karrcz found that using digital photography and software gave him the opportunity to generate unique realities that are impossible to create with ordinary dark room techniques.

Artists: | Website | [via: Bored Panda]
Zoom Info

Awe-inspiring Digitally Manipulated Worlds by Michal Karcz

Viewing his work as a journey to the places which don’t exist, Polish artist and photographer Michal Karrcz found that using digital photography and software gave him the opportunity to generate unique realities that are impossible to create with ordinary dark room techniques.

Artists: | Website | [via: Bored Panda]

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