Layers of Vibrant Movement in New York and Berlin


The passing of time is a fascinating concept which happens all around us, at every single moment of every single day. French photographer Laurent Dequick decided to capture these fleeting seconds in a series of photographs entitled Vibrations Urbaines. Each image is a collective sequence of multiple photographs, superimposed together to visually reflect the chaos and congestion of large urban areas.

The series features colorful and energetic portraits of both New York and Berlin. Viewers might feel a bit hyper as they view the still photograph which so strongly convey the motion of cars zipping past and the life of people rushing by. Dequick says his work is "primarily a reflection on the contemporary city and more specifically the proliferation of modern urban space." Through these compositions, the artist portrays the constant urban action and excitement that are generally challenging to communicate through just one still photograph.













Laurent Dequick on Behance
via [The Mag]

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Comment by Alain Godineau on January 27, 2013 at 11:01am

Awsome work!

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