These beautiful {and let’s face it, quite magical} installations are assembled and then photographed by Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen. Since 2005, he’s been creating these engaging narratives using man-made objects {like tables, chairs, telephones, globes, and of course, lamps & books} placed into the natural landscape of Norway.

These beautiful installations are assembled and then photographed by Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen using man-made objects like tables, chairs, lamps & books placed into the natural landscape of Norway. Aren't these beautiful?

Brooding Cityscapes Painted with Oils by Jeremy Mann

Brooding Cityscapes Painted with Oils by Jeremy Mann

Cityscapes Painted with Oils. Artist Jeremy Mann lives and works in San Francisco where he creates these wonderful cityscapes using oil paints.

Brooks Shane Salzwedel.

“Held Up” 2008 x graphite, tape, resin Today I’m admiring the wintry images of Brooks Salzwedel. A graduate of Art Center College of Design, Salzwedel creates his misty images with layers of resin, illustrated with graphite pencils.

Geoffrey Johnson

Sepia toned paintings of Manhattan streets by artist Geoffrey Johnson. I think some of his paintings find the perfect balance between figurative and abstract, which is rather exceptional.

Back in 2009, artist Isaac Cordal shaped wire mesh kitchen colanders into faces and installed them on the streets of London, where street lights cast shadows of the faces on to foot paths.

Wire Mesh Shadow Portraits

Back in artist Isaac Cordal shaped wire mesh kitchen colanders into faces and installed them on the streets of London, where street lights cast shadows of the faces on to sidewalks. via MetaF.

Flexible Paper Sculptures Bend Reality + Warp Perceptions | WebUrbanist

woman on sofa paper sculpture

wire mesh portrait by seung mo park. absolutely amazing!!

Absolutely incredible layered wire mesh portraits by Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park.

Wire Mesh Portraits by Seung Mo Park.  Incredible.

Wire Mesh Portraits by Seung Mo Park

Ephemeral Portraits Cut from Layers of Wire Mesh by Seung Mo Park Using a process that could be the new definition of meticulous, Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park creates giant ephemeral portraits by.

Ghostly Paper Mansions. Produced only by folding the paper – millimeter-scale differences catch and reflect light, creating the illusion of subtle line drawings via implied outlines.

Produced only by folding the paper – millimeter-scale differences catch and reflect light, creating the illusion of subtle line drawings via implied outlines.

Under my skin - beautiful by MichaelO deviant art

Photo Manipulations and Digital Art by Michael Oswald. Michael Oswald is a digital artist with a unique style. His technique involves a combination of phot

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