Dan Piech's "Surreal New York" series is the highest resolution abstract photographic artwork ever created. By meticulously stitching together hundreds of individual photographs of the New York City skyline, Dan produces surrealistic cityscapes that capture the city's uniquely vibrant energy.
Some of the works are thousands of megapixels in size, truly peerless in their sharpness, quality, and uniqueness. As a result, viewers can spend hours closely exploring the imaginative worlds Dan has built, finding new and interesting details in every tiny detail of them.
Dan oversees the creation of prints of the works, produced in very large sizes using the highest resolution photographic printer ever made. Visually arresting, the prints spur the imagination and showcase New York City in a fanciful aesthetic.