New in the Shop: Andreas Lie’s Double Exposures of Animals in the Wild

24-year-old Norwegian engineering student Andreas Lie creates beautiful works of art that seamlessly blend together wildlife and landscapes. Rather than showing animals roaming around in their natural habitat, Lie creatively uses double exposure photography to meld portraits of his subjects with the breathtaking landscapes in which they live. And because the texture of the trees and varying terrain closely resemble fur and feathers, the results are surreal images that look quite natural, almost as though they could actually be real.

We're thrilled to announce we now have eight double exposure images available in print and canvas at My Modern Shop!

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