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Casajordi – realities and surrealism

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Souvenir (details) - Casajordi

Souvenir (details)

Fantasy, dream, surrealism, to whatever it takes to escape reality. Casajordi has redefined reality based on his imagination. He enjoys ‘pictures’ and playing with their meanings, and with the duality in between illumination and darkness. I felt lost in his work like Alice in the Wonderland only to wish if I could understand French!

Based in Perpignan (France) near the Spanish border, Casajordi draws his ideas on paper before taking them into Photoshop to create collages – sometimes with over 300 layers spending 15/16 hours on each piece. From overall composition to minute details, you can sense strong narrative expressions as well as unexplained references in his work.

Enfermer - Casajordi


Etrange Famille - Casajordi

Etrange Famille

Jardin Secret - Casajordi

Jardin Secret

La Photographe - Casajordi

La Photographe

Various compositions - Casajordi

Various compositions (close-ups)

Livre - Casajordi


Peur De Grandir - Casajordi

Peur De Grandir

Renaissance - Casajordi


Cerveau - Casajordi


You can view more of Casajordi’s amazing art in fine details here.

5 thoughts to “Casajordi – realities and surrealism”

  1. Masroor Ahmad

    April 23, 2010 at 12:54 am

    What a combination of symbolism, dimension, semantics, light and texture. Your style is unique, with deep insights and blend of mystical, philosophical, magical.

    Brilliant, magnificent and an articulate piece of your work.

  2. Valeria

    April 23, 2010 at 1:01 pm

    the works are fabulous, i love all.
    Lot of inspiration! fan from now 😉

  3. Alvaro

    April 28, 2010 at 9:22 pm

    It’s rare to find out some good (really inspiring) work as this! Bravo!! Really something to remark!

  4. CSSFAVES.com

    April 29, 2010 at 1:44 pm

    i’m waiting for the moment when websites will have something similar with this artworks

  5. Danny

    August 13, 2010 at 9:40 am

    This artwork is absolutely amazing. I create my own collages and thought they were pretty good but these are truly brilliant!

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