30 Surreal Photomontages and Reviews By Polish Artist Igor Morski
Polish illustrator Igor Morski exposes the injustices of modern society with photomontages in a style inspired by surrealism. This graduate in Interior and Industrial Design from the University of Arts in Poznan, where he is from, began his career on Polish television in the 1980s. He notably created scenographies for various cultural programs before launching his own creative studio in 1995, baptized Morski Studio Graficzne.
Not stopping there, the designer has unveiled a series of illustrations directly addressing social issues such as politics, the influence of social media, the family, or even ecology. Drawing his inspiration from the surrealism of Magritte and Dali, he transforms photographs using Photoshop software into illustrations, making the boundary between reality and fiction almost imperceptible.
Below you can discover a small selection of Igor Morski’s works, which you can also find on his website or on his Instagram account. And speaking of committed artists, we recently mentioned the creative and satirical illustrations of Pawel Kuczynski.