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A fairy of the norwegian woods - naturepunk: This image is from a joint project...

A fairy of the norwegian woods - naturepunk: This image is from a joint project.Reminds me of Princess Monoke Allen, Allen

Norwegian Woods: The Wolf Canvas Print

Andreas Lie is a visual artist based in Norway who is making double exposure photography awesome again. Lie's digital, double exposure animal portraits harmoniously superimpose an animal's natural habitat within the animal.

I'm loving the wonderful mixture of animals and nature in Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie's double exposure photographs. His usage of the trees as the fur is so clever!

Norwegian Woods

Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie merges verdant landscapes and photographs of animals to creates subtle double exposure portraits

Cool double exposure photographs exhibit wonderful mixture of animals and in their natural habitat.

Norwegian Woods

Double Exposure Animal Portraits Norwegian artist Andreas Lie creates beautiful double exposures combing forest animals and landscapes. The animals Andreas used were inspired by his surroundings in.

I'm loving the wonderful mixture of animals and nature in Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie's double exposure photographs. His usage of the trees as the fur is so clever!

Norwegian Woods

You have to see these incredible double-exposure animal portraits made by digital artist Andreas Lie.

Norwegian Woods: Artworks by Andreas Lie | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Norwegian Woods: Artworks by Andreas Lie

Norwegian Woods: The Fox Art Print

Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie merges verdant landscapes and photographs of animals to creates subtle double exposure portraits. Posted on Beautiful/Decay

MONROWE Magazine Online: Norwegian Wood, photographer is Keiichiro Nakajima

MONROWE Magazine Online: Norwegian Wood, photographer is Keiichiro Nakajima

250 year old farm house in the Norwegian woods

I want to visit this place! If I can get myself to Norway someday. 250 year old farm house in the Norwegian woods. The Old Manse in Heggedal half an hour outside Oslo.

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