Spanish artists Anna Devís and Daniel Rueda trained as architects, but buildings in their much-loved work appear only as props or sets for meticulously posed characters. Their images look like illustrations and yet they are photographs created with very little digital editing. This series, What the Hat, turns a fedora into an avocado stone, a musical note, a daisy.
“Reality is what we make of it,” says Rueda. “If you can dream it, you can make it – and then take a picture of it.”