This Artist Transforms The Animal World Into One Of Puzzling Beauty And Surreal Interrelationship

Creating stunning, realistic depictions of animals and objects, Canadian artist Jacub Gagnon includes surreal elements within his compositions, taking us out of the hyperreal into a seemingly other dimension, where the reality of dreams are the norm. Whilst viewing, one might become aware that they are remnants of something long past and only exist through the history of the objects that remain.

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