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Swedish photographer and retouch artist Erik Johansson has one of the craziest photography portfolios we”ve ever seen.

Erik is completely self-taught in retouching his own photographs to make impossible and extraordinary images. He says his inspiration came from both growing up with a grandmother who painted and having a penchant for escaping into the other worlds of video games, so he naturally blended the two into a technique using computers to generate images that couldn”t be captured by a camera.

Check out some of his mind blowing creations below:

Cut & Fold – Cut along the dotted line.

Cut & Fold -  Cut along the dotted line.

Drifting Away – A safe place, drifting away.

Drifting Away - A safe place, drifting away.

Electric guitar.

Electric guitar.

Expecting winter – Where seasons meet.

Expecting winter - Where seasons meet.

Snow cover.

Snow cover.

Big laundry day.

Big laundry day.

Work at sea.

Work at sea.

Breaking up – Breaking up, drifting apart.

Breaking up - Breaking up, drifting apart.

Groundbreaking – Let”s go on a field trip.

Groundbreaking - Let

Lazy dog.

Lazy dog.

Set them free – Do the right thing, set them free!

Set them free - Do the right thing, set them free!

Arms break, vases don”t.

Arms break, vases don

Roadworker”s coffee break.

Roadworker

Penrose LEGO.

Penrose LEGO.

Fishy island.

Fishy island.

Revolving theory.

Revolving theory.

Common sense crossing.

Common sense crossing.

Face vs. Fist.

Face vs. Fist.

Go your own road.

Go your own road.

Aqua Custodia.

Aqua Custodia.

A painting too real.

A painting too real.

End of Line – The very last stop, the end of line.

End of Line - The very last stop, the end of line.

Iron man.

Iron man.

If that didn”t blow your mind, nothing will.

Source: Erik Johansson Photography / Join Erik On Facebook

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