Fabien Barrau is a digital artist from France who works with big brands offering them his advertising expertise.

On his spare time, however, he is an avid enthusiast of pareidolia - a phenomenon in which someone sees a pattern or image of something that does not exist, for example, a face in a cloud. Pushing the concept a little bit further, Fabien uses stock images, as well as, his own photographs taken with a drone to create photomontages that show animals, objects and shapes that otherwise don't occur naturally.

So scroll down and check out the picturesque artworks for yourself!

More info: Instagram

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This Artist Uses Drones To Create Their Islands And The Result Impresses

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Wynand 11 months ago

Lady Lyanna Mormont is hiding in there, somewhere.

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This Artist Uses Drones To Create Their Islands And The Result Impresses

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Melissa Spencer 11 months ago

Anyone know where this is?

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This Artist Uses Drones To Create Their Islands And The Result Impresses

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Melody Lanzatella 11 months ago

Awwww, I love this squirrel!

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This Artist Uses Drones To Create Their Islands And The Result Impresses

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Willow The Pillow 11 months ago

Meooowwww

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This Artist Uses Drones To Create Their Islands And The Result Impresses

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Markus McCloud 11 months ago

Mona Lisa Natura

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This Artist Uses Drones To Create Their Islands And The Result Impresses

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Night Owl 11 months ago

Perfect place to get married at and/or for honeymoon.

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This Artist Uses Drones To Create Their Islands And The Result Impresses

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Willow The Pillow 11 months ago

What is this?

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