In the world of children's dreams, there are no restrictions and conventions, which is why you can make friends with giant elephants, walk on a buffalo leash in the desert, or sit with a fishing rod on the back of a huge fish. Fantastic world of a Romanian artist Caras Ionut - these are dreams that suddenly came to life, became visible and, I bet, filled your thoughts.
All photo illusions are based on real pictures. Karas Yonat creatively rethinks the phenomena of reality that he managed to capture, uniting sometimes incomparable things. And now the viewer has the opportunity to plunge into magical adventures, seeing a formidable storm or visiting deserted unexplored lands.
Karas Yonath, like many surrealists, draws his inspiration from the unconscious. Despite the fact that most people perceive sweet dreams as something bright, cloudless, light and certainly airy, the artist seeks to show that they can be different, but therefore no less fascinating. Yonath is sure that many of his works will seem gloomy, shrouded in a haze of loneliness, although this, according to the artist, is their unique charm.
Looking at the photographic illustrations by Karas Yonat, Pablo Picasso's words come to mind that “every child is an artist; the difficulty is to remain an artist beyond childhood. " It seems that a talented master from Romania succeeded.
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