Giving Photos a Touch of Picasso — Deconstructed Buildings


Cubist, Inception-esque, so-freakin’-cool! Call it what you will.

Michael Jantzen’s digital deconstructions of houses and churches will make you look twice.

He collages Picasso-esque buildings by digitally breaking up buildings and rotating the pieces into a totally new structure.

It’s his way of seeing the world anew and pushing the limits of what’s possible. (Awesomely, he made it a reality with this real life deconstructed house!)

If you’re inspired by these deconstructed houses, try your hand at panography, make a digital Picasso, or take advantage of Photoshop CS6’s content-aware fill tool, which lets you pick up and move objects in photos super easily.

Michael Jantzen’s Deconstructed Buildings [via It's Nice That]

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