Photographer Monica Carvalho Combines Like Objects into Surreal Photo Manipulations – Design You Trust

Photographer Monica Carvalho Combines Like Objects into Surreal Photo Manipulations

Influenced by artists like René Magritte and Chema Madoz, Swiss-born photographer Monica Carvalho began to see the possibilities that photography presented. Not satisfied with taking a normal image, she has combined her two passions of photography and surrealism.

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