We love these images of famous landmarks remixed created by German artist Thomas Kellner. Can you guess all of the landmarks featured in this series? From the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, to Times Square in New York to London’s Tower Bridge; the images are creatively skewed and jumbled.
The artist created the larger images by assembling hundreds of smaller photographs together in an aim to hypothetically de- construct the all too familiar images. The works are currently on display at the Kunstverein Bad Nauheim in Germany. Look closely and you’ll also spot The Great Wall of China and The Puerta Europa, Madrid.
These images are presented in a playful way that challenges the viewer. Thomas Kellner is a revered German artist who is known for his interest in experimental photography.
Photo Credits: designboom, tkellner
Thomas Kellner Jumbles Images to Create Famous Architecture
1. Remixed Landmark Photography - There is an opportunity for photographers to explore new ways of capturing famous landmarks by remixing and jumbling their images.
2. Deconstructing Familiar Images - Artists can experiment with deconstructing familiar images of landmarks to challenge the viewer's perception.
3. Playful and Challenging Art - Art pieces that present famous landmarks in a playful and challenging way can attract viewers and spark interesting conversations.
1. Photography - Photography professionals can explore the trend of remixing and jumbling famous landmarks to create unique and captivating images.
2. Art - The art industry can embrace the trend of deconstructing familiar images of landmarks, offering thought-provoking pieces.
3. Tourism - Incorporating playful and challenging art featuring famous landmarks into tourism campaigns can attract tourists seeking unique experiences.