Need something colorful and trippy to watch? Ontem (Yesterday) is just your thing. Accompanied by a cool soundtrack, this short video is described as “A journey through introspection”, and it’s a pretty neat trip.
If you're a Potter fan who would've liked to see more impossible, Burrow-like homes in the movies, then you'll love the fantasy world of German designer Matthias Jung, whose surreal houses look like they ought to be kept hidden from our Muggle eyes.
Christopher Nolan's Inception is a delightfully surreal look at merging the worlds of dream and reality - but this video essay from Brows Held High takes a deep dive into Nolan's surrealist influences as well as Inception's flirtation with the greatest filmmaking illusion of all: the Narrative.
These prints—by graphic artist Bedelgeuse—are weird and magical and beautiful and I want them on my walls. The technical term for this style of art is up for debate—is it collage or illustration?—but you definitely can file these prints under "can't stop looking."
Frank Kunert's photographs are crazy. They show surreal places that don't exist, exquisite photos of tennis courts shaped as skating half-pipes or slides for kids that end on highways.
Spanish photographer Chema Madoz doesn't like digital photography, but he loves to warp reality in impossible ways. Like this spoon with a fork shadow, which is a straight photo, with no Photoshop or laboratory manipulation whatsoever.