Inception style dreamscapes give everyday scenes including farms, junkyards and quarries an unsettling yet ethereal allure

If your head’s spinning, it’s probably nothing to do with beer or wine goggles – these surrealist images are designed to make you feel dizzy.

The collection, called Flatland II, is the work of Turkish graphic designer and photographer Aydin Büyüktaş.

He uses a drone to take a series of overhead photos, which he then blends together to create a distorted effect.

In each image, it looks like the scene is being squeezed or becoming flatter – hence the collection’s name.

Büyüktaş said he was inspired by Brit author Edwin Abbott’s 1884 book Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions.


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