Australian artist Mike Barr creates amazing rainy-day cityscape paintings. He draws-in viewers and invites them to be a part of the scene.
San Francisco’s Brassai Fred Lyon used to take some amazing black & white photography of San Francisco from the 40’s.
Paris-based, French photographer Jean-François Rauzier has created a series titled Babels featuring stacked urban structures.
Craig Ward rode the trains of each of New York City’s twenty-two subway lines, to create an unorthodox portrait of the city’s residents at the smallest of scales.
Turkish visual artist Aydın Büyüktaş created a series called “Flatland” featuring surprising surreal city landscapes.
Stelios Mousarris created the Wave City Coffee Table – inspired by a film – a well ballanced mixture of wood, steel and 3D printed technology.
New York based artist Daniel Rich creates impressive acrylic cityscape paintings. Rich in colors, his works make the viewer think how would cities look like in the future.
Young and highly talented Japanese artist Daisuke Tajima creates stunning large-scale birds-eye view paintings of cityscapes by only using a black ink pen.
Melbourne-based photographer and visual artist Ben Thomas developed his latest series “Chroma” deconstruction of cities and urban areas with a primary focus of the use of colour and flatness.