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THE IMPOSSIBLE ARCHITECTURE OF FILIP DUJARDIN

by Ariadna Zierold

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Filip Dujardin became interested in architectural photography because of the inherent sculptural qualities of building forms. With such purity of purpose, it seems logical that Dujardin began creating digital architectural sculptures of his own, unfettered by client whims, economic constraints or the laws of physics.

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Though Dujardin’s photographs provide the building blocks for his work, the end result are fantastical, Photoshopped constructions depicting nonsensical or even impossible architecture.

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