Minimalistic Photos Of Architecture That Pop With Color, Geometrical Elements
Yener Torun is the architect-cum-photographer behind this social media account that features beguilingly vibrant snapshots of buildings tucked away in Istanbul, Turkey.
“Think of the Istanbul images you have seen before; most are taken in historical places or around the Bosphorus, and I like them too, but what I want to find and show is completely different. Even long-term residents of Istanbul can’t believe that my pictures are of the city they live in,” explains Torun.
“The colored or patterned walls I find are like canvases for me, and connecting these colors, shapes and architectural elements with people, the frame I crop becomes another world which is completely abstracted from the reality.”
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