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Fifty One.
May 13th, 2008 by Lex


A skyscraper reflects the sky. Thick structural lines are juxtaposed with the calmness and twirling lines of the clouds.

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Forty Five.
May 1st, 2008 by Lex


This is a difficult photo. There is not enough contrast to really bring out the yellow color, and the background looks busy. At the same time, there is a calmness in its lack of focus, an ocean of concrete and structure. The gradients on the elements also give it a tense, restless energy.

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Series: Matchstick Cathedral-3.
March 24th, 2008 by Lex


The final, and more sinister look at this renovation. The silhouette reveals the full creature, almost entirely made of construction.

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Series: Matchstick Cathedral-2.
March 23rd, 2008 by Lex


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The second post in this series highlights the overwhelming multitude. Like some underwater plant colony or bee-hive, the blue structure stretches widely across the old church.

Series: Matchstick Cathedral-1.
March 22nd, 2008 by Lex


Over the next few days, we will be showcasing a longer series. This will allow for a meatier exploration of certain ideas. The first series focuses on renovation: the contradiction of traditional shape and a transient metallic symbiote.

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Nineteen.
March 14th, 2008 by Lex


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Back to the basics. This collage brings together metal structure with a calming wooden panel, elegant shadows and open areas of blue sky.

Seven.
February 29th, 2008 by Lex


Two alternates, although the first one is slightly stronger. Heavy but unintentional influence of Lyonel Feininger. Take a look at his towers, and the color palette (Tower 1, Tower 2).

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