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Abstract Parisian Rooftops by a photographer Michael Wolf

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After moving from Hong Kong to Paris, the photographer Michael Wolf was searching for innovative and new approach to the art of this beautiful city. With all the iconic architecture and museums, Michael pointed his camera away from recognizable monuments and focused on the Paris rooftops. By using a diverse array of perspectives and visual approaches, wolf uses his camera to reveal the human energy that flows through the contemporary city. In this way, he establishes himself not only as a photographer of the urban structure, but of the multitude ways in which people adapt to rapidly changing environment, providing us a fascinate portraits of life in the city.

On this pictures, you can see how chimneys, tv antennas and graffiti created the abstract view of usually pretty recognizable places. What we liked the most is how this environment created the “painting affect”, looking so unreal. Check out the photos:

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HERE you can check some other works from this amazing photographer!

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