Mattia Mognetti's Photography Distorts and Manipulates Buildings

By: Kyle Towers - Published: Mar 17, 2013 • References: mattiamognetti &
Mattia Mognetti has created some incredible abstract architecture art through clever photo manipulations. His works use symmetry and distortion to create familiar looking structures which are turned into pieces open to interpretation. Your imagination might see images that are reminiscent of what is often visually present in that of kaleidoscopes or fractals. This results in similarities to snowflakes, especially due to the monochromatic coloring of each formation.

Each artistic piece contains many shadows and sharp linear patterns. He makes the images pop by placing them in front of a black background. Mattia's obscure form of abstract architecture art is titled Istigkeit. The fantastic pieces might shift your mind as to how malleable and artistic buildings can be when the imagination is used. Stats for Abstract Architecture Art Trending: Older & Mild
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