Germany-based graphic artist Matthias Jung dreams up wildly imaginative buildings that defy architectural logic and the laws of physics. Using photo materials that he's collected, Jung rearranges different components into fantastical collages of surreal houses that could only exist in an alternate dimension.
Contrasting architectural styles are combined with natural elements in unexpectedly harmonious ways. Buildings are stacked on top of each other in jumbles; trees sprout from the roof of a house; needle-thin poles support the weight of a modern-looking creation. These creative collages, which the artist calls "architectural short poems," invite viewers to visualize new perspectives on how we live.