Britt Bass and Morgan Blake: Morgan’s photos are actually printed on transparencies, and then laid over Britt’s painted canvas.

britt bass & morgan blake collaboration, Morgan’s photos are printed on transparencies, and then laid over Britt’s painted canvas.

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Abstract Photography!! a ton of photo fragments that when in many pieces seem chaotic, but when put together correctly make up a picture:)

Using the school building, think about interesting low angle shots you could take by looking up at the building to create effects like this.

Films & Architecture: “Metropolis”

Gallery of Films & Architecture: "Metropolis" - 1

CIVIC ARCHITECTURE - hive mentality "Metropolis" Fritz Lang best example of what I think the pats saw the future as is this movie which in some cases I be leave is a acuray discription

ghosts of demolished houses

Photography by Marcus Buck. I love how you can see the cross section of the rooms. A great image to link with Rachel Whiteread's casts of a demolished building.

Extracts of Local Distance: Countless fragments of existing architectural photography are merged into multilayered shapes. The resulting collages introduce a third abstract point of view next to the original ones of architect and photographer.

Extracts of Local Distance: Countless fragments of existing architectural photography are merged into multilayered shapes. The resulting collages introduce a third abstract point of view next to the original ones of architect and photographer.

Typology by Michael Penn Street Photography, via Flickr

mikepennphoto In 2008 I noticed a surge in the removal of roof top TV antennas so I set out to make three very large typologies of them printed

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg Photographs of found lines, lines in nature, man-made. Leads to drawing, printing, stitching.

Matthias Heiderich

Selected images of old East Berlin architecture, places, and obejcts from the second part of the series "West/Ost" by photographer Matthias Heiderich.

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