Graphic designer Victoria Siemer produces confusing, yet mesmerizing pieces of surrealist art digitally by manipulating dreamy images. The pictures the Brooklyn-based artist makes are basically a mix of real elements and fragmentation.

The images are eerily gorgeous, hauntingly familiar, and astonishingly striking with a hint of simplicity. Victoria, whose website is called Witchoria, says that the pictures are open for interpretation.

Regardless, in a previous e-mail interview, she mentioned that her work usually deals with fragmentation – visual or emotional – the idea of which actually came from her college thesis.

Take a look at these rad pictures, often void of creatures and rather filled with land and cityscapes, and see how these make you feel. Hopefully they inspire you like it did for us here at TAE!

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Check out Victoria’s blog for more thought inducing photo manipulations, or follow her Instagram account. You can even buy some of her prints online. She also has a Facebook and Behance page.

All of the artwork featured are owned by Victoria Siemer. Some of the information here have been previously used in My Modern Met and Colossal.

Thanks for reading!