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The Andrew Williams 'Archetypes' Series Turns Skyscrapers Topsy Turvy

 - Jun 1, 2011
References: awilliamsmedia & trendland.net
The Andrew Williams 'Archetypes' photo series shows seriously trippy towers. Andrew Williams has manipulated his photography in this crazy collection to create stunning and strange results. He began by collecting captures of well-known city settings or unknown architectural structures. Once he had produced these stark skyscraper snapshots, he duplicated each copy, and placed it's identical twin directly beneath it, but upside-down.

By flipping his photographs, it almost looks like these towering towers are reflected in water. They become UFO-like sculptures, which seem to be floating in air. In some images, it's even difficult to determine what the original subject was because the final flipped photos are so surreal.

The Andrew Williams 'Archetypes' flipped photo series is "surreally" interesting to look at from any angle.