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Flying Houses by Laurent Chehere

A big top circus tent in the sky from 'Flying Houses' by Laurent Chehere.

French photographer Laurent Chehere includes a mixture of photography, surrealism and visual editing in his work. Before he decided to take the leap into art starting with travelling the World capturing his adventure on film, he was known for his creative advertising work for brands such as Nike and Audi.

Each image in the ‘Flying Houses’ series tells a fantastical story of the diverse and inherently interesting architecture of Paris, from the modest two up two down to a big top circus tent.

To see more of his work, visit his site here.

A small, yellow detached house in the sky from 'Flying Houses' by Laurent Chehere.

A flaming apartment block in the sky from 'Flying Houses' by Laurent Chehere.

An old caravan in the sky from 'Flying Houses' by Laurent Chehere.

A side view of an old terrace house in the sky from 'Flying Houses' by Laurent Chehere.

A tall, old, derelict hotel in the sky from 'Flying Houses' by Laurent Chehere.

A derelict house above a strip club in the sky from 'Flying Houses' by Laurent Chehere.

A derelict terrace house with a family stood on the roof in the sky from 'Flying Houses' by Laurent Chehere.

Images property of Laurent Chehere



Angharad Jones

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