Selftaught Photographer René Roeser Creates Superb Surreal Scenes and Photocollages – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Selftaught Photographer René Roeser Creates Superb Surreal Scenes and Photocollages


René Roeser is a self-taught, up-and-coming surrealistic photographer from Luxembourg. René creates his strange and paradoxical worlds by combining photos captured in urban locations with his camera, drawing inspiration from surrealist painters.

René produces what appears to be a genuine photograph by combining elements in an intriguing fashion, but with logical errors that give the impression of surrealism. René only incorporates original components into all of his paintings, abstaining from using stock photos. He constantly takes care to maintain each one’s realistic quality, and his intention is to elicit a simple smile or an immersion in the viewer.

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