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June 24, 2005

Peter Bialobrezski: Neontigers!!!!


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Originally uploaded by highsnobiety.
I just came across this photographer who is on exhibition in Germany at the La Galerie. He has some fantastic photos in his Neontigers line-up of asian megacities, mainly focusing on the skyscrapers and cities skylines. He also seems to be very much interested in repeatitive patterns in the pictures he takes. Check the La Galerie website for some previews of his work.


Enjoy,

David

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