Logan Zillmer, 28, from Michigan, recreated his own lucid dreams in a bid to feed his creative urges
A photographer has created his own surrealist dreamworld to escape the boredom of his day job.
Logan Zillmer, 28, used pictures taken every day for year to put together a collection of mind-bending illusions, including a floating house and mystical forest, to feed his creative urges. He produced the dream-like images by combining layers of photography
The conceptual photographer from Michigan, who works as a retail manager by day, then combined the images in layers to create the stunning dream-like pictures.