It's no secret that architects operate in an alternative world fueled by caffeine. The 21-year-old Hungarian artist Flora Borsi brings that truth to life in a breathtaking series of cityscape and landscape-infused photographs, entitled "Coffee Universe."
Borsi's images are of situations that could not occur in nature, but have been manipulated to look real, evoking incredulity. Let's call it caffeinated surrealism, taken with a drop of cream and a spoonful of sugar.
Images via Flora Borsi
Borsi says she hopes to provoke thought about impossibility and the paranormal through her surreal images. But the effect is quite simple, sometimes just inspiring reflection and a smile.
The photographs are available via Saatchi Gallery.