A very interesting work by German photographer Carsten Witte where we don’t really know where we are lost in these beautiful reflections. Fascinated by New York buildings and skyscrapers, the artist offers us images of
Describing his images as “minimalistic and graphic,” light, and its influence on the landscape it reveals, is one distinctive constant in Brendand Austin’s work. This series showcased here are all from his journey in United Arab Emirates.
Recent Brooklyn transplant, photographer Markus Ziegler introduced us to his personal Abstract Urbanism project. Ziegler looks into architecture and urban sculpture for the shapes that shadows create. “I have never thought about it as a project, I just shoot when I see it, and
Spanish photographer Pedro Pegenaute specializes in architecture photography and has a portfolio that spans over 100 architectural buildings and spaces captured in a truly beautiful and unique way. Selected here are just a few of his photos from random buildings exhibiting his refined graphic quality.
It looks like German photographers are talented in capturing (and finding) minimalist landscapes. After featuring the awesome minimalist photographs of Berlin based Matthias Heiderich 3 times already, here is Klaus Leontjew, another German photographer with awesome colorful and geometric compositions.
A while back we reviewed the amazingly graphic Iso Berlin and Color Berlin series by Matthias Heiderich. Here is his latest series entitled “Snow Blind”, more related to this season. How graphic is Matthias photography! Im a big fan!
We first fell in love with Matthias Heiderich’s super graphic ‘Color Berlin’ series a while back. Well it seems that Berlin is really inspiring him since he released a 2nd series called ISO 3ERL1N. I don’t think you can do more graphic photography than that?
I just stumble over the incredible work of American photographer Nicholas Alan Cope. I am just in love with his style! The perfect black & white architectural geometry is so peaceful and pleasant to look at. Love it!