Julia Borzucka Creates Amusing And Poetic Stories By Completing Photos Found On The Internet

Polish artist Julia Borzucka wanted to be a violinist but a hand injury changed her plans. She started to create digital drawings on photographs found on Internet of famous landmarks. Using only a tablet, she transforms iconic places such as the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Central Park in New York or the London Eye as a background for her extraordinary figures. While combo photos aren’t anything new, these creative fusions by illustrator Julia Borzucka will inspire you to imagine a different world the next time you step out your front door. Prior to becoming an artist, Borzucka had dreamed of becoming a violinist. A hand injury had steered her away from that path and instead has her transforming iconic landmarks, including San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge and the London Eye into a wholly new creations born from the Polish creative’s imagination. In Julia’s world, a giant girl catches air planes, an enormous hamster invades London, and the best place to take a nap is a hammock hung between New York skyscrapers. And yes, ancient sculptures can wear bikinis. For regular updates on Borzucka’s work, follow her on Instagram.

Julia Borzucka creates amusing and poetic stories by completing photos found on the Internet

Julia Borzucka creates amusing and poetic stories by completing photos found on the Internet

Julia Borzucka creates amusing and poetic stories by completing photos found on the Internet

Julia Borzucka creates amusing and poetic stories by completing photos found on the Internet

Julia Borzucka creates amusing and poetic stories by completing photos found on the Internet

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