Seen on Dezeen, this “Poetic vision of the old Paris” is taken aflight by the French photographer Laurent Chéhère. The collection of photos take snap-shots of buildings from varying Parisian streetscapes, and by digital manipulation, are given their own sculptural, whimsical and most importantly individual celebration. It seems to bring awareness to the many quirky, humorous details often missed when walking down a ‘normal’ Parisian (or probably any other city’s) street. It reminds me a little of Leandro Elrich’s work (see this post).
Houses…Up in the Air