Frederic Lebain Takes His Photography Back to Its Original Location

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: Nov 11, 2009 • References: propice & yatzer
One year, artist Frédéric Lebain took two trips to New York—once to take pictures of the city’s architecture, and another time to take a picture of those images in the location they were originally taken.

Ok, so maybe these images by Frédéric Lebain are hard to explain, but when you see them you’ll understand why they’re so cool. It challenges the look between what’s real and what has been previously photographed. I’m not going to try and explain these images anymore, they’re cool enough to explain themselves. Check them out above. Stats for Peeling Canvas Cities Trending: Older & Chilly
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