Sky Art by Thomas Lamadieu.

Sky Art by Thomas Lamadieu

Inspired by the silhouettes and lines of urban architecture, French artist Thomas Lamadieu (AKA Roots Art) uses the big empty spaces in between buildings as his canvas, transforming the sky in his photographs into whimsical drawings.

Photographer Randy Scott Slavin captured this stunning picture of the Empire State building in New York with a fisheye lens

Who needs Instagram? Extraordinary landscapes of America captured with good old fish-eye lens

Randy Scott Slavin extends Alternative Perspectives panoramic photo series

Randy Scott Slavin extends Alternative Perspectives photo series

New York-based photographer Randy Scott Slavin, whom we have previously featured, has come up with a second part to his series 'Alternate.

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Sky Art by Thomas Lamadieu

Most see the gaps of sky between tall buildings as escape, but for French artist Thomas Lamadieu (aka Roots) they are canvases for mind-melting illustrations.

Thomas Lamadieu, Preenchendo Espaços no Céu

Sky Art Germany-based Illustrator Thomas Lamadieu illustrates quirky people inhabiting the strange spaces between buildings.

Ilustrações surrealistas projetadas sobre edifícios, por Thomas Lamadieu

Galeria de Ilustrações surrealistas projetadas sobre edifícios, por Thomas Lamadieu - 5

French photographer and illustrator Thomas Lamadieu takes pictures of the sky in courtyards and built up areas to create a natural frame for his pictures. He then fills in the sky area with illustrations.

Alternate Perspectives: surreal landscape photography by Randy Scott Slavin - Everglades, Florida  Picture: Randy Scott Slavin/Rex Features

Alternate Perspectives: surreal landscape photography by Randy Scott Slavin

Alternate Perspectives: surreal landscape photography by Randy Scott Slavin - Everglades, Florida Picture: Randy Scott Slavin/Rex Features

I don't think it is a quick process but what a result! wow

100 Photos Merge to Form Swirling 360-Degree Landscapes

Randy Scott Slavin can take up to a hundred pictures of a scene to build up a 360 degree image before using clever computer software to stitch them together to make what is called a stereographic projection

'Sea and Moon' by Randy Scott Slavin

Alternate Perspectives: surreal landscape photography by Randy Scott Slavin

New York City-based photographer and filmmaker Randy Scott Slavin has stitched hundreds of photographs together to form stunning spherical panoramic projections.

Technology is used to turn sometimes hundreds of pictures, in this case Redwood trees in Big Sur, California, into a single image

Who needs Instagram? Extraordinary landscapes of America captured with good old fish-eye lens

Alternate Perspectives: surreal landscape photography by Randy Scott Slavin - Redwoods, Big Sur, California Picture: Randy Scott Slavin/Rex Features

Whimsical Sky Art Illustrations by Thomas Lamadieu

More Delightful 'SkyArt' Drawings by Thomas Lamadieu That Are Added to Photos of the Sky Between Buildings

illustrator Thomas Lamadieu's quirky depictions of people inhabiting the strange spaces between buildings in his original photographs of the sky

Tender Moments Between Friends and Lovers Illustrated in Photos of the Sky by Thomas Lamadieu (Colossal)

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