Upon first glance, Robert Rickhoff's photograph of a lonely swingset looks like a random neighborhood snapshot. But something isn't quite right...
Rickhoff, a 27-year-old artist based in Hamburg, was working on an animated film when he was inspired to engage in some dark arts with digital manipulation programming. The result, entitled "Out Of Place," is a photographic world full of off-kilter architecture that is certainly not safe for children.
In an email to the Huffington Post Rickhoff explained, "I wanted to re-interpret the idea of public space with humor through a series of digitally manipulated photographs."
What do you think of Rickhoff's dark architecture?