“If We Are Gonna Perform Inception Then We Need Imagination”: Surreal Photo Manipulations By Sergey Dryutskiy

Sergey Dryutskiy is a multi-talented digital artist and photographer, who has 20,400 followers on instagram. Sergey’s manipulations open the door to his imaginative world, where a beautifully intriguing landscapes boast surreal elements.

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