“Berlin Love”: Minimalist Architecture in Surreal Photography By Simone Hutsch

Berlin is a city in Germany that never stands still. This surrealistic series features a mix of popular pre-and post-war buildings.

Simone Hutsch aka heysupersimi is a passionate graphic designer and enthusiastic self-taught architecture photographer from Berlin, Germany and currently living in London, UK.

According to Simone: “My work combines art and photography and lets people dive into a different world. I’m using my camera to explore the geometry in architecture. Afterwards, I give the buildings a surreal touch in my retouching process.

When I’m outside with my camera, I see the world around me with a different eye. Having an image of the final piece is key when I take a picture. Pattern, colour or shapes, as well as the perspective, are very inspiring to me. The perspective has a crucial role. It’s always very impressing by how the geometry of a building changes when you change your point of view. My retouching process plays another key role. It gives me the opportunity to create completely new buildings, tidy up the facade and adjust the colours. I truly enjoy both parts in the process, being outside taking pictures and the retouch afterwards at home.

​But the most rewarding aspect of my work is when I can inspire people.”

More: Simone Hutsch, Instagram, Behance h/t: 121clicks

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