Dream Worlds Revealed On Canvas

Along with some magnificent dreams, Jacek Yerka finds inspiration for his masterful paintings from his childhood memories: the places, remembered feelings and smells of 1950’s Poland. He studied fine art and graphic design before becoming a full time artist in 1980… and we’re glad he did. His paintings will take you through incredible worlds of imagination, bending reality in captivating and clever ways fit to inspire a novel or film. See many more examples of his find paintings at yerkaland.com.

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  1. Amazing! I could go for a walk to any of the dream cities, especially to the third one! Love the precision of the painting of the building made of wooden boards. It all makes me feel like reading some fantasy story for kids :)

  2. Laylasays:

    These are beautiful, I love them. Remind me of a lighter version of some of Dali’s pieces!

  3. Delilahsays:

    these are so amazing, i can’t stop looking at them! love, love, love!

  4. mollysays:

    This is pure genuine imagination.

  5. Superb. The swans in a maze is my favorite.

  6. Halseysays:

    Inspiring. Makes me want to start painting again

  7. Garrettsays:

    These are all very beautiful! They remind me of Howl’s Moving Castle! 😀

  8. Indira Mukhopadhyaysays:

    Mind blowing,what an imagination,fantastic paintings.

  9. JESUS H. CHRIST this is just absolutely stunning. You had to be high when you did this.

  10. Pam Directorsays:

    You are truely gifted. Keep sharing your genious work of art!

  11. Jessica Marounsays:

    no freackin waay! this is unbelievable. that is THE first time I look at something with a stupid smile on my face trying to find words and describe how i feel! A-MAZING 😀

  12. Daniellesays:

    this remind me alot of studio ghibli films

  13. jimmy kennedysays:

    Very cool. Just like Salvador Dali.

  14. wonders without borders … thank you.

  15. amazing this person drawn my dream wow

  16. Emilysays:

    These pictures were really amazing! I wish I was creative enough to think up these kinds of things.

  17. Prachisays:

    very nice!!!

  18. Love this imagination! I really enjoy the bizarre.

  19. Wooow that was fucking increible

  20. roseliesays:

    shit! i want that house in the fourth pic to be mine!

  21. Terrific imagination shown in these images!!!!

  22. ReneeJDsays:

    These are truly inspiring works. Let the mind not be confined!

  23. Marysays:

    Oh interesting! What a perfect imagination! A book of these and parents will have as many stories as its pages for their children!

  24. bethewatersays:

    The first one had me by the strings of my heart, I don’t remember the scenery beneath but I swear Ive floated on those rooftops.

  25. There is something about the lights in the trees that is both spooky and inviting.

  26. Simply Superb Artwork – Great Job!

  27. outstanding
    i hav no words

  28. My imagination is floating away… Amazing pictures…

  29. Cornichonsays:

    Oh man, that is just awesome. Your work is so surreal in a dream like fashion that I would really like to visit it. xD

  30. Olasays:

    Great Creation!

  31. riysays:

    very surreal!

  32. aylinsays:

    conguralations:) your works so great:)

  33. Love seeing them ,I could walk through, to any of the dream cities.
    Wonderful fantasy cities, and great paintings !!

  34. v.v.v. n.i.c.e

  35. This is beautiful and imaginative. Amazing, you are truly gifted.

  36. I love your dream worlds, mixture of mystery, cuteness, spookiness, funkiness, etc…..so interesting, and I want to know more about your dreams, haha

  37. shahhlmsays:

    this is wonderful.

  38. BillyBillysays:

    Beautiful. Simply beautiful. These paintings remind me of the type of artwork one would find in children’s books. Full of imagination and wonder. They give me such a warm feeling inside.

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