Pedestrian Silhouette Photomontages by Nacho Ormaechea

Pedestrian Silhouette Photomontages by Nacho Ormaechea

Pedestrian Silhouette Photomontages by Nacho Ormaechea

Spanish designer Nacho Ormaechea creates a pretty unique silhouette art influenced by the impressions of urban landscapes, life, and people. He creates beautiful digital collages by filling silhouettes of people photographed on the street with visually contradicting images.

Pedestrian Silhouette Photomontages by Nacho Ormaechea

Pedestrian Silhouette Photomontages by Nacho Ormaechea

The images seem to display peoples’ thoughts, desires or memories. Ormaechea takes pictures of strangers on the street and then manipulates them beyond all recognition.

Pedestrian Silhouette Photomontages by Nacho Ormaechea

Pedestrian Silhouette Photomontages by Nacho Ormaechea

The manipulated images feature surreal collages such as a child’s back replaced by a firetruck sign, a flower on an old man’s back and a woman whose entire coat has been replaced with a view of street lights. These beautiful and mysterious images are as elusive as the strangers featured in the pictures themselves and leaves us wondering, what could they mean?

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