With such diverse influences ranging from Wittgenstein to Miles Davis, it’s no surprise that Spanish photographer Benoit Braban’s work is an explosion of ideas and narratives, always with the ability to surprise. In his series Nights, he shoots random images of silos, lampposts, electric poles or outhouses under harsh artificial lights, turning what would normally be a straightforward night scene into a surreal and alien-like world. As with the rest of his portfolio, he delivers images that can shock the audience’s senses by his signature use of striking colors and unusual subjects. More on his website, Behance and Instagram.