The Levitation Project by David Nemcsik


Where were you in your last dream? Were you in a forest, a city or a school? Photographer David Nemcsik asked this interesting question to his friends for his series, titled the Levitation Project. Created for an entrance exam at his university, the project takes us all over Hungary as Nemcsik finds backgrounds that match his friends’ answers.

“I’d like to show that people can levitate,” he tells us. “It’s magical and mysterious. They are levitating in a lying position just as if you’d be if you were lying in your bed while you were sleeping.”

Reminds me of the flying baby and Natsumi Hayashi.









David Nemcsik’s Flickr



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