Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Artistic People-Watching

Photographer Simon Hogsberg spent 20 days photographing 178 pedestrians crossing a bridge in Berlin, creating a 100 meter long photograph of travelers. The result is a meditative look at the beauty of everyday human existence, capturing people in a variety of moods and expressions. You have to wonder the life stories behind each person. I love people watching. See the entire project here.

3 comments:

  1. Where do you find this stuff??

    This piece was actually fascinating. At first I picked out my favorite character (the girl looking at the guy on the bike), but then as I kept scrolling I was continuously fascinated by others too.

    I likey

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  2. Josh, I have a passion to find random interesting stuff. No idea how that really happens. :)

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  3. i was wondering the same thing- how you find this?? that looks really cool - what a great idea that photog had!

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