Shooting down clouds from the sky, changing seasons like curtains, flying cars – these are just a small part of conceptual photographer Logan Zillmer’s incredibly vivid imagination. That vast and interesting imagination he uses to create some of the most surreal and downright strange yet very full of humor and wit, reminding a lot of Rene Magritte with its distorting perspective experimental, almost unreal character. Some of his stunning pieces can even be interpreted as inventions as they border with fiction and of course there is a deep meaning hidden in absolutely every one of his photographs. Zillmer’s work undoubtedly represents his take on the modern American experience with all the landscapes from his home in the Midwest and all the retro signs basically all kinds of various fictional plots that make him very versatile and complex artist. He definitely has the power to create his own reality and absolutely successfully takes you there with him. And you better hold on, because he is taking you for a ride. All this combined with his amazing in-camera technique and the remarkable skills in Photoshop, which by the way he taught himself, makes his at times weird and unexplainable work a very distinguished and fascinating collection of must-see photographs that will have a very interesting effect on all of your senses.
Here is some more of Logan’s astonishing work for you to enjoy: