Surreals by Chema Madoz
Photography itself is kind of a surreal invention, when you stop to think about it, as it captures a moment suspended in time for as long as the material substance its printed on lasts (or forever, in the case of the Internets). Chema’s black and white photos use the surrealist technology to capture equally absurd concepts, freezing moments that never could have been.
Surreal Silhouettes by Josh Adamski
Adamski takes ordinary-enough photographs and pulls them through the veil of reality and several dimensions inbetween until they arrive at an altogether unfamiliar place, filled with dark figures traversing incomprehensible landscapes. The people and places still survive on some basic level in our world, but so far removed that they only exist as an echo quickly forgotten.