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Robert Schlaug‘s distortion of landscapes result in a brain melting display that leaves his audience both perplex and hypnotized. Schlaug’s Limited Area series is very similar to his Highspeed Landscape series, except he leaves a portion of the photo intact. The conflict between organic shapes and powerful pattern is nothing short of amazing.

Courtesy of Robert Schlaug.

Courtesy of Robert Schlaug.

Courtesy of Robert Schlaug.

Courtesy of Robert Schlaug.

Courtesy of Robert Schlaug.

Courtesy of Robert Schlaug.

 

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