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Patrik Lindell’s Abstract Architecture Art

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 18, 2012 01:02 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified May 17, 2012

I look at a lot of architecture all day. In person and in photos. I like it when I can see the whole building close up. I like it when I see just one side. I like when a shot zeroes in on a detail. Though using architecture — angles, — Continue reading …




 

 

I look at a lot of architecture all day. In person and in photos. I like it when I can see the whole building close up. I like it when I see just one side. I like when a shot zeroes in on a detail. Though using architecture — angles, forms, lines, planes — in photography isn’t a new idea, there’s just something about the way Sweden-based Patrik Lindell’s capturing these structures that’s completely captivating and a little magical.

Clearly posessing an amazing eye, he’s able to see these buildings that were designed by man and built by man seem very otherworldly. Almost a part of the earth from the beginning. Love the patterns and the colors. See more on Patrik Lindell’s website.

What do you think about this art photography?


 

 

 
 
 

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