josef shulz

Currently, I am a little obsessed with Josef Shulz, not the kind of google/facebook/twitter-stalking obsession, but a more exaggerated version of “to-like-very-much”.

The German photographer has taken urban topographic cataloging to a level that consists of robust primary colors, hard geometric lines and shapes, visual rifts between artificial and organic. You see buildings, sure, but your eye also latches on to the glimpses of nature and sky, the soft greenness and soft blueness. Everything looks like painted geometric abstractions and helps to restore a sense of calm in me that often gets lost when I am juggling trains, sky scrapers, and fancy footwear.


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