Shakespeare Tower, Barbican Estate
Built in 1976 this is one of three residential tower blocks in the Barbican complex - it is adjacent to the Barbican Centre. Designed by the architects Chamberlain, Powell and Bon it is Grade II listed and is one of London's principal examples of Brutalist architecture. This tower is 42 storeys and is 123m high.
Tires are arranged in a fashion that make it look like they are knitted together creating a perfect sense of harmony. Its also a good example of the consistency of how they are arranged and create a pattern.
Beautifully Frantic Multiple-Exposure Photographs of Paris and Berlin
We’ve been fans of multiple-exposure magician Stephanie Jung for a while now — early in the year, we showed you a few of her powerful multiple-exposure shots of Japan — but as far as we can tell, her work just keeps getting better. My Modern Met…
Repetition and Patterns in Photography
The root word of repetition is “repeat”. When you repeat a certain size or shape or color you add strength to the overall image. Repetition is a basic concept in the world of art. If you want to make a statement, you repeat certain elements again and again. If you repeat something once or twice [...]