Making Famous Characters Appear In The Real World With An iPhone (20+ Pics)


People are strangely creative, as are their imaginations. Throughout human history, creativity has managed to open doors to many things. And the amount of creative artwork created daily is mind-boggling.

Considering the importance of art and creativity, we decided to feature one such fantastic artist in this article. Meet Fran├žois Dourlen, a photographer known worldwide for his comically creative photography. It all started when he replaced a part of a statue with a picture from his phone. This photo immediately drew the attention of many people on the internet, which inspired Dourlen to create more of these fantastic photos. He is now well-known for his photo style across multiple social media platforms. So we thought we'd share some of his most recent work with you in this article. See them below.

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He was a teacher who decided to leave the classroom to pursue a career as a photographer. He made this decision during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2019, and he is now enjoying his newfound purpose in life.

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One of the most impressive aspects of this photographer is his ability to place these iconic pop characters in real-life situations. Some of your favourite characters may appear in these images.

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This photographer did not use photo editing software to combine these two images. He cleverly aligns the photo on this phone with the actual view of the lens that captures the image.

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