Julia Borzucka wanted to be a violinist but a hand injury changed her plans. She started to create digital drawings on photographs found on Internet of famous landmarks. Using only a tablet, she transforms iconic places such as the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Central Park in New York or the London Eye as a background for her extraordinary figures.

In Julia’s world, a giant girl catches air planes, an enormous hamster invades London, and the best place to take a nap is a hammock hung between New York skyscrapers. And yes, ancient sculptures can wear bikinis.

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Dani Elle 2 years ago

my favourite

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Polish Artist Uses Found Photographs To Create Funny Stories

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Sarah Hamdan 2 years ago

Lol

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Polish Artist Uses Found Photographs To Create Funny Stories

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ShenenehJ 2 years ago

Nice!

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Polish Artist Uses Found Photographs To Create Funny Stories

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Avia 2 years ago

This happens to me every time I do my ails😂

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Linda Allison 2 years ago

Zoom, zoom, planes go Zoom!

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Daria B 2 years ago

This one is powerful! ♥

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Jahnabi Silponia 2 years ago

these two characters must be too giant for this .

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Polish Artist Uses Found Photographs To Create Funny Stories

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Linda Allison 2 years ago

Drinking a "Man In The Moon" cocktail. Sea the face? lol

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