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This is the next edition of our ongoing creative photography series. If you wish to check out our previous posts, they can be easily accessed at the end of this article. This article was assorted with some very clever inspirations. Obviously some of the following images have been manipulated in the handy software called Photoshop, however they still deserve attention. We spend a large amount of time searching the web, and hand picking the most creative photographs. We hope that you will appreciate this form of art, and get inspired to create your own! Enough talking, grab yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy!

Note: All of the images are linked to their original sources.

Sweet Meats by Jasmin Schuller

Liu Bolin disappears into racks of soda

Zombie Bowling Balls from Jung von Matt/Elbe

Pass the Bucket by Erwin Spinner

Feathers by Grey

Play by Kris Van Beek

Clever Street Keyboard by Timo Arnall

Drinking by Vincentius Ferdinand

Birds by Stephen

Giant Lobster Trolley by Whybin\TBWA

The World is yours by David

The world is in our hands by Adelina

Cat by David Terrazas

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Posted by Igor Ovsyannykov

I'm a digital nomad and entrepreneur bouncing around South East Asia. When I'm not working here, I'm out taking photos. Follow me on Instagram: @igorovsyannykov


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  2. So amazing this collection! So wonderful examples of creativity! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Some of these have NOTHING to do with photography… they’re either creative products (like the Paper Camera or the Butter! Better! packaging) or really clever pieces of art (like the carved pumpkin, the painted hands or the chocolate couch) just ordinarily photographed. There’s nothing of good photography there, just smart and talented people letting their creations be captured.


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