Budapest-born printmaker and photographer Zsolt Hlinka has created Urban Symmetry, a Wes Anderson reminiscent photo series depicting perfectly-symmetrical buildings on the banks of the Danube River. Using partial photos of the buildings, Hlinka creates fictitious compositions through reflections, resulting in new personalities and character in the portraits.
“Emphasized out of their surroundings and put into soundproof, homogenous space cleaned of exterior information,” Hlinka’s photos reflect his fascination with urban mood, geometry, symmetry, and the “collection of moments.”
Learn more about the project here.
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