Can – City is a project made by Studio Swine for Coletivo Amor de Madre Gallery based in Sao Paulo offering to reuse all waste, consolidate and then make stools or other items that can be used for people in need. A very interesting initiative in images by the talented Juriaan Booiji to discover in video in the article.
German photographer Nick Frank, after his superb series Munich Subway, it offers great shots the city of Hong Kong taken from the heights of the city. Gathered under the name “Hong Kong Cityscapes”, this series of photographs mixing color and black & white images is to be discovered in the future.
The landscapes photographed by Dutch artist Dennis Duinker are unusual. Skylights, Skylines and Linescapes are three series that staged the city through the geometric axes which are built up as power lines or only traces of lights that animate it. A beautiful project to discover in images in the following article.
Already author of several time-lapse videos of high quality, Michael Shainblum returns with “Mirror City”, a amazing work using images taken in several major U.S. cities, including parts are multiplied so kaleidoscopic. A splendid creation, enhanced by the piece of Bassnectar to discover in the future.
Maciek Janicki offers us a beautiful animated video called “Paper City”. With the use of software Renderfarm, this visually impressive creation model an entire city of paper which grows, unfolds and develops according to the evolution of a car circulating in the streets. To discover in the article.
To celebrate 10 years of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, a Tokyo skyscraper of 238 meters high, Tokyo City Symphony offers a splendid experience based on a giant model of the district building at scale 1/1000 in which different mappings absolutely incredible were screened. Discover a breathtaking video in the article.
French photographer Thierry Cohen invites us to discover his series of photographs called “Darkened Cities” wanting to raise awareness of the phenomenon of light pollution. With pictures retouched with talent, he wants to show us the largest cities of the world plunged into darkness with the starlight.
“Human Nature” is a series of photographs that gives view of the ordinary and familiar spaces where wild animals are shown on the alert, highlighting the danger and predators are everywhere. This very successful series of photos Samuel Guiges is actually a representation of collective anxieties related to the city and its apprehension by man.