Cerise Doucède is a French photographer and project manager of Égarements Quotidien, a series of photographs that mix reality and fiction.
The images show airborne objects within natural scenes and everyday, and appear fantasies or dreams that the characters within each box experience at some point of the day when disconnected from the beautiful and overwhelming monotony of life. To create each photograph, Cerise and her team spent three days of effort to place the objects that adorn each scene. Doucède asserts: “I find the moment when the person in the picture begins to think of something else. And, at any given time, the dream takes over, then the decoration surrounding the person comes to life.”
Really fantastic, creative and even poignant. Like?