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Erik Johansson Imagine: Created Reality

Fotografiska in Stockholm is now showing the magical pictures made by Erik Johansson. The artist has photographed pictures from our world and created a fantasy. He has had a TedTalk about is work with the theme "Impossible Photografy". His pictures will be shown at Fotografiska 26th of Febuary - 10th of April. His book Imagine will be published by Max Ströms. 

"The reality I am portraying exists but on a different scale. It has become my life mission to create these worlds, and that all these ideas that want to come out of me - can actually become something. My passion is to inspire others to dare live out their fantasies and create something that inspires people to challange their thinking and ask questions. " Erik Johansson.

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