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Amusing Photography by Robert Rickhoff

Robert Rickhoff is a photographer with a great sense of humor. An imaginative soul, he has a portfolio dedicated to photo-manipulation. With an expert knack for Photoshop, Robert Rickhoff has tweaked common public areas to make them not so common anymore. From soccer fields with basketball nets to signs that caution people about the sign itself, his images will inspire smiles while also encouraging people’s own daily imaginations.

Based in Mittelweg, Germany, Robert Rickhoff’s work ranges from editorial design to architecture. Unfortunately for him, Robert Rickhoff will probably never cut it as an urban planner. Especially if prospective employers and/or clients got wind of his Out of Place portfolio. Although these scenes may not make any sense to the realist, those with open minds will enjoy them wholeheartedly and with a good laugh.

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TOILETPAPER

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Founded in 2010 by Maurizio Cattelan, a major figure in contemporary art, and the photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari, TOILETPAPER is a highly creative bi-annual magazine that focuses solely on photography.

With a simple yet hyper-composed aesthetic, each image takes the reader into unusual, paradoxical territories. Love it or hate it, it’s impossible not to feel something while gazing at these colorful, surrealist photographs.

TOILETPAPER is responsible for the latest Kenzo ad campaign, and created a capsule collection of the designer.

http://www.toiletpapermagazine.org

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Lemony Snicket, “Shouldn’t You Be in School?”