Photographer and visual artist Jim Kazanjian Photoshopped thousands of photos he found on the web to create black-and-white "photographs" of surreal houses, structures, and landscapes. Michael Zhang of PetaPixel wrote:
Each piece is what Kazanjian calls a “hyper-collage.” The artist creates them using a large collection of photographs found on the Internet — a collection that currently contains nearly 30,000 images.
Kazanjian then takes tiny bits and pieces from these photographs and, using Photoshop, blends them into photo-manipulations that don’t really have anything to do with the original photographs. A proper camera is nowhere to be found throughout the entire creation process.
Some of the “photos” are actually the result of combining more than 50 separate photographs into a single bizarre scene.
View more at Kazanjian's official website: Link