The Julian Calverley 'Structure' Series is Breathtakingly Gritty

By: Jennifer Gosnell - Published: Jun 17, 2012 • References: juliancalverley & thecreativefinder
The Julian Calverley 'Structure' series is a breathtaking example of completely dismantled photography. The industrial development centred snaps are unbelievably beautiful considering their lack of real sparkle and, rather, intense grit.

The cityscapes peppered with cranes, the development plants growing older under a layer of rust and bridges be-speckled with grime are what truly sets this series apart from many other industrial shoots.

Calverley, a photographer that has worked with Kodak, the Wall Street Journal, Yamaha, and Mercedes among many others, captures the raw, desolate landscapes beautifully. Entirely upfront about their lack of glamor, these shots are a complete representation of what some of us know certain areas of aging cities to look like. Stats for Vignetted Industrial Artwork Trending: Older & Mild
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