01/31/2013 08:15 am ET Updated Mar 26, 2013

Filip Dujardin's '(dis)location' Exhibit Showcases Bizarre Architectural Landscapes (PHOTOS)

Filip Dujardin is an architectural photographer with a flair for impossible structures. Using digital collage techniques, the artist creates renderings for absurd structures, from precariously stacked German-style homes to sand-covered fortresses. This alternate design universe is the subject of an upcoming exhibit at Highlight Gallery in San Francisco, titled "(dis)location."

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In the collection of playfully altered photographs, Dujardin has cut and spliced images of real buildings taken in Deauville, France and Guimaraes, Portugal. Pieced together in mind-boggling arrangements, the result is a unique array of visuals, rich in architectural references and homages to surrealism.

Scroll through a preview of Dujardin's work below. Let us know what you think of "(dis)location" below. Are you a fan of the artist's architectural non-reality?

"(dis)location" runs from February 7 - March 29 at Highlight Gallery in San Francisco.

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