Mark Khachfe Captures World Cities At Night from Space

By: Itai Buenahora - Published: Mar 16, 2014 • References: etsy & dailymail
Artist Mark Khachfe captured these algorithmic nocturnal cityscape images, wanting to replicate shots from space, in higher quality. Using open source map data and an algorithm, Mark digitally produced these stunning images, printed on Olmec 250 gsm Photo Glossy, that allow us to see what world cities look like from space at night. The overshots appear like a spiderweb of lights, clustered and strung together by the engulfed geographic areas.

Capturing London, Stockholm, Amsterdam, the British Isles, San Francisco, and Paris, these are artistic interpretations that are geographically accurate and visually intriguing. A collection of 50 new cities will be made available, all captured nocturnally, glistening below the wondrous skies of the universe.

The digital prints are available on Mark Khachfe's 'Etsy' shop for about $40 a piece, and are sure to light up your surroundings. Stats for Algorithmic Nocturnal Cityscape Images Trending: Older & Warm
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