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Mind-Bending Architectural Illusions

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No, the builders haven't been at the LSD again.

These dizzying façades and warped structures aren't genuine constructions, but the architectural illusions of Berlin-based fine art photographer Markus Studtmann.

Passionate about all things architectural, Studtmann creates his kaleidoscopic works by stitching together photographs that play with the lines and arcs of the real-life buildings. Escher would be proud.

Head over to Studtmann's portfolio to see more of his work.

(Images: Marcus Studtmann)

[Via: DesignTaxi]

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