Hüseyin Sahin is a Turkish artist based in Istanbul. Because of his amazing works of art, he’s amassed over 60K followers on Instagram. Sahin’s images are something straight out of your dreams and they take exceptional Photoshop skills. He creates them by layering multiple images on top of one another to create a realistic and fantastical work of art.
They also seem to comment on society today. This image seems to be critiquing society’s absorption with technology. How many times have you seen people walking down the street totally absorbed in their phones, completely ignoring the world around them?
This beach reminds me of something out of a science-fiction movie. It’s like some alien planet, where the entire resort is the actual planet. And to top it off, it has million-mile-long beaches. Can I go on vacation here?
Is this Kansas’s “Dust in the Wind” visualized? Is it not. Some of Sahin’s images are very surreal and reminiscent of Salvador Dali. The theme of death and the ebb and flow of time are present in many of his images.
This image looks like it came straight out of Edgar Allan Poe’s head. Again in this image, Sahin is playing with the concept of death and existential fear, although this is one of his more morbid creations.
A lot of Sahin’s images are playful. He has several images where he combines nature and the individual in a clever way. In this image, the baker’s hand is almost like the hand of God adding the final touches to Earth on the seventh day.