I'm loving France-based photographer Laurent Chehere's Flying Houses series, in which he photoshops houses and apartment buildings onto relatively clean and uncluttered skies. According to My Modern Met, the series is a metaphor for travel:
While some journey into another land in the lap of luxury, others have to deal with the confines of flying coach. Sometimes being in such close quarters with a crying baby and a person with uncontrollable fits of coughing can feel like you're trapped in a burning building.
Have a look at Chehere's other work here.