Conceptual photographer Erik Johansson created mind-bending optical illusions that make people question reality. Erik has decided to present a behind-the-scenes look at how he produced one of his instant classics, an image titled “Full Moon Service”.
The production of this single image took about 8 months, and everything started when the artist sketched one of his ideas onto a piece of paper.
He then moved to creating and buying props (for example, rice paper lamps, light bulbs, an electric generator, a van, and more). Finally, Johansson shot the base with a Hasselblad H6D-50c and did his magic in Photoshop CC 2017.
The project was done in the late summer of 2016. It all started with a sketch of what Johansson wanted to create.
Here’s the 3-minute behind-the-scenes video: