French artist Laurent Chéhère’s surreal photography series, Flying Houses, elevates architecture to a new level…literally. Many a comparison could be made to the Disney movie, Up, but according to Chéhère, his series is meant to speak to his love of traveling and a universal lack of permanence in the world.
Employing traditional photography and digital manipulation, Chéhère seemingly elevated typical Parisian houses from the monotony of their choked city streets. Isolating buildings, making his viewers take pause and notice the individual personality and scenario of each by simply separating the subject from its usual surroundings. Awesome.