Sam Johnson is an 18-year-old Australian photographer author of Resembling a dream, a collection of urban landscapes manipulated in a surreal way.
His research led him to live in London, a city-endless source of inspiration for this particular type of street photography.
His aesthetic is influenced by the famous artist KangHee Kim, who is one of the most popular surrealist artists on the contemporary art scene. The urban elements of everyday life become part of a dreamlike vision halfway between dream and reality.
“My images are surreal reconstructions of the customary landscapes around me.”
Through his photography Sam wants to tell the city by an emotional approach, making a sterile environment a place full of sensations and daydreams.