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A fantastical mix of imagination and reality: Vienna is like…

Statues and buildings float, Slinkys connect articulated buses, and carnival rides get supersized in Vienna, Austria with help from Argentine director Fernando Livschitz of Black Sheep Films. Animation and live-action blend fantastical sights with reality in Vienna is like…

Watch the Upper Belvedere levitate in layers, dancers magically don colorful dance clothes mid-jump at the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera), St. Stephen’s Cathedral becomes a swing carousel, and more. Livschitz specializes in transposing “fantasy elements into meticulously captured contemporary backdrops.”

cathedral swing carousel
vienna slinky bus
vienna floating building
Could something like this happen in your city? Vienna is like… is reminiscent of Only Slightly Exaggerated, a Studio Ghibli-style animation for Travel Oregon.

And previously from Livschitz on TKSST: Wind up bots in the streets of Buenos Aires.

via Colossal.

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