Surreal Dream Worlds Come Alive in Imaginative Photo Series

Michigan-based conceptual photographer Logan Zillmer creates visual dreams through his inventive photography. In each composition, the artist’s imagination comes alive through layers of colors, textures, and filters that produce unique effects through digital manipulation.

Nothing is what it seems in the collection of surreal photography, where the world becomes a playground of unexpected surprises. People, places, objects, and events come together in such strange combinations that it feels as though a dream has emerged right before your eyes.

The lighting, various elements, and creative concepts behind each photograph are extremely powerful and Zillmer’s skills at blending images together into one final product are amazing. Viewers will be impressed by the side range of narratives that he creates with such an inventive imagination. The artist says, “Photography has always been second nature to me, both because I've done it since I was 15 and because it is just how my mind works."

Logan Zillmer’s website
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