Futuristic Digital Collages by Alexander Berdin-Lazursky

Foam Religion

 Colors Loves Neon

Lamb Of Future

Armored Heart

 Obelisk of ignorabimus

Three of Swords

King Lear

Futuristic Digital Collages by Alexander Berdin-Lazursky

 On Behance

The studio Alexander Berdin-Lazursky is a russian photographer and graphic designer from Samara. Member of Castle Digital Partners, Details make the difference and Photo Religion. He works on series mixing different techniques with a taste for fashion and surreal portraits.

Creative projects that blur the boundaries between digital art and photography may be pretty common, albeit somewhat controversial these days. But once in a while, we come across bodies of work that are simply surprising and amazing, it doesn’t matter how they were made.  We bring you one such collection of images, by New York-based Alexander Berdin-Lazursky.

What Alexander does exactly is a little challenging to decipher, but he has at least cited photography, fashion, and interaction design as his creative disciplines of choice. A quick look around his portfolio definitely reflects his expertise and interest in the first two. His most recent project, Colors Loves Neon, appears to be a heady mish-mash of moody portraits, futuristic fashion, and strange graphic design elements.

  H/T:Behance

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