We want to cross

Why can’t all traffic light crossings look like this?! 

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We are city dwellers

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In a surreal blend of day and night, Budapest-based photographer Bence Bakonyi’s series “Urbanite” features vast cityscapes seemingly devoid of people. Shot in Hong Kong and Shanghai, the series presents settings in which the presence of humanity is eerily close, as though the population had suddenly fled, leaving lights on and laundry on the line.Bakonyi’s artist statement describes the series’ intended effect upon its audience; “The ‘Urbanite’ series is an account of how the artist found his home in the unknown. We can see the city as it is presented by the photographer, but also the artist who is in turn brought closer to us by China.” (text via fstoppers.com)

We went sightseeing

Rather rare views - from his series 'Empty London' by Nick Dolding Rather rare views - from his series 'Empty London' by Nick DoldingRather rare views - from his series 'Empty London' by Nick Dolding Rather rare views - from his series 'Empty London' by Nick Dolding Rather rare views - from his series 'Empty London' by Nick Dolding Rather rare views - from his series 'Empty London' by Nick Dolding

Rather rare views – from his series ‘Empty London’ by Nick Dolding

We explore the city

A series of abstract graphic city maps portraying the world's most famous cities: Los Angeles, London, Milan, and more, by self-taught travelling Canadian artist 'Jazzberry Blue' who uses a combination of bold color palettes and geometric figures to give each map an abstract flare of its own
A series of abstract graphic city maps portraying the world's most famous cities: Los Angeles, London, Milan, and more, by self-taught travelling Canadian artist 'Jazzberry Blue' who uses a combination of bold color palettes and geometric figures to give each map an abstract flare of its own
A series of abstract graphic city maps portraying the world's most famous cities: Los Angeles, London, Milan, and more, by self-taught travelling Canadian artist 'Jazzberry Blue' who uses a combination of bold color palettes and geometric figures to give each map an abstract flare of its own
A series of abstract graphic city maps portraying the world's most famous cities: Los Angeles, London, Milan, and more, by self-taught travelling Canadian artist 'Jazzberry Blue' who uses a combination of bold color palettes and geometric figures to give each map an abstract flare of its own

A series of abstract graphic city maps portraying the world’s most famous cities: Los Angeles, London, Milan, and more, by self-taught travelling Canadian artist ‘Jazzberry Blue’ who uses a combination of bold color palettes and geometric figures to give each map an abstract flare of its own. /

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We are sleepy

From the series: 'Sleeper in Metropolis' a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus Gruenwald From the series: 'Sleeper in Metropolis' a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus Gruenwald From the series: 'Sleeper in Metropolis' a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus GruenwaldFrom the series: 'Sleeper in Metropolis' a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus GruenwaldFrom the series: 'Sleeper in Metropolis' a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus Gruenwald

From the series: ‘Sleeper in Metropolis’ a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus Gruenwald

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We are back in the city

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Ephemicropolis, a city of 100,000 staples created by artist Peter Root.

“Stacks of staples were broken into varying sizes from full stacks about 12cm high down to single staples. These stacks were then stood up and arranged over a period of 40 hours…watch the making of here

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We ran out of space

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Aerial photographs of the religious city of ‘Ben Isguen’ ,untouched by the modernization of the world, in the M’zab valley in the Northern Sahara Desert of Algeria. / unknown photographer

 

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