Architecture has the ability to evoke emotion, associations that can be related back to childhood or a familiar memory. Matthias Jung (Germany) combines this familiarity with his fondness for collage to create Surreal Architecture. He believes “a latticed window conveys coziness, framework is soothing, sometimes touching. Antennas have something sinister about them”, and plays with the idea of order and chaos, which leads to something that at first glance might seem plausible, but the more it is examined, the stranger it becomes. The artist uses Photoshop to combine improbable pairings, such as a mining tower and a cathedral, although stresses that the digital programme is simply a tool and doesn’t influence the resulting image. Houses situated in sparse countryside, seamlessly combined, reflect a logic that can only be created in a dream.