From the sky down by Simon Gardiner
Inspired by Japanese architect and photographer Kawahara Kazuhiko (otherwise known as Palla) and using what he knows about the photography technique vortography, Simon created this awesome kaleidoscope city."Vortograph is the first completely abstract kind of photograph, it is composed of kaleidoscopic repetitions of forms achieved by photographing objects through a triangular arrangement of three mirrors. Alvin Langdon Coburn, a member of the Photo-Secession group and a pioneer in nonobjective photography, invented vortography in 1917 and remained the principal advocate and practitioner of the technique.”
[via My Modern Metropolis]
Dizzyingly awesome.

From the sky down by Simon Gardiner

Inspired by Japanese architect and photographer Kawahara Kazuhiko (otherwise known as Palla) and using what he knows about the photography technique vortography, Simon created this awesome kaleidoscope city.

"Vortograph is the first completely abstract kind of photograph, it is composed of kaleidoscopic repetitions of forms achieved by photographing objects through a triangular arrangement of three mirrors. Alvin Langdon Coburn, a member of the Photo-Secession group and a pioneer in nonobjective photography, invented vortography in 1917 and remained the principal advocate and practitioner of the technique.”

[via My Modern Metropolis]

Dizzyingly awesome.