By Laura Collinson

After giving it some thought, I’ve decided I’d like to move into the candy-coloured world created by photographer, Pawel Nolbert.

Filled with bold blocks of neon, his images are a utopia for design lovers. The vibrant series provides a visual discussion on the topics of human memory, our perception of reality and the creation of a subjective, distorted reality on social media.

The New York-based photographer explains: “I took my travel photos and just like we all do before posting it, I messed around with them a bit…trying to create my perfect version of reality.

“We construct our reality in our own way. We do that everyday on our Instagram, blogs and other carefully curated outlets. Knowing that the world around us doesn’t look like this, we somehow want to believe that all those often extremely filtered and post-processed images in our IG stream are actually the real thing.

“We never recall things exactly as they happened. We remember them in our personal way. One, true version of reality doesn’t exist.”

Check out more of Nolbert’s work here.

Via Behance | All images courtesy of Pawel Nolbert

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