Structure photography finds interesting patterns and shapes in architecture

Serbian-born photographer, Nikola Olic, specialises in abstract structural photography, fixing patterns and shapes amongst city tower blocks. Looking closer at a city’s architecture, Olic captures each image with an accompanying title and story in mind. Now working in Dallas, Texas, the photographer plays with camera angles to create something unique.

Seeing more to a city than the real world of its structures, people and cars, her photography accesses the interim visual possibilities. Although the height and dimensions of the buildings aren’t shown on film, the patterns and shapes of each structure suggests a new way of looking at them. The series is a reminder that, beautiful or otherwise, these buildings are on every street corner in any big city. The full collection of works and stories can be seen on Olic’s website.

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