January 18, 20160 comments
Urban Symmetry is a clever series by Zsolt Hlinka that documents buildings on the banks of the River Danube. What you see, however, is not quite a true reality. Photographed and isolated from their surroundings, these buildings are halved and reflected making them perfectly symmetrical. The new fictitious buildings look otherworldly, especially when placed on their uniform backgrounds. You can see more of Urban Symmetry on Hlinka’s portfolio, along with some of his new work called Central Illisions.