I often use websites like Behance, Dribble or Creative Bloq for browsing designs, trends and inspiration but I also find a lot of interesting work on Instagram. I think due to the site being more social, artists and designers tend to upload much more experimental work that may have previously remained unseen.
One designer that I have followed for a while is @peteulatan. His work mainly consists of photography that has been edited and tweaked in various ways. The images that draw my attention the most are what he calls, ‘cubic landscapes’. These artworks are usually made from one image that has been mirrored, reversed or ‘cubed’ by creating corners where they have no right to be. Inspired by Christopher Nolan’s Inception, the technique is relatively simple but totally transforms the image into something quite magical.
All images courtesy @peteulatan on Instagram