Photography students at West Suffolk College are exhibiting this stunning work - inspired by an epic 14th Century poem - at St Edmundsbury Cathedral.
The artworks are based on Dante’s Divine Comedy, which is about a journey through hell, purgatory and heaven and represents the soul’s journey towards God.
The exhibition at the cathedral , in Bury St Edmunds, runs until mid day tomorrow.
The work was produced by second year students on the UAL Level Three Extended Diploma in Photography, who looked at the poem and studied elements of surrealism before they began their project.
Course lecturer Natalie Lipscomb said the poem depicts a ‘turbulent and challenging journey of realms of the afterlife’.
She said: “Students were encouraged to incorporate a number of diverse mix media and lens based image making techniques in order to communicate the three realms, Inferno, Purgatorio and finally Paradiso. It is really important that our photography students have the chance to showcase their work outside the college.
“We have worked closely with the cathedral in the past.
“They have provided our students with a fantastic opportunity to engage with the public.”