The Joel Tjintjelaar photography captures modern architecture in vast scenes. His body of work is full of spectacular snap shots.
His predominately black and white photographs look at contemporary buildings and landscapes at different angles. His body of work features aerial and bird's eye view shots. The magnificent series is moving, modular and perpetuates the sense of cold that modern architecture gives off. The photographs are stark, stripped of color and bold statements. Modern architecture is fascinating and Joel Tjintjelaar is exploring the depths of the medium and his own personal hobby, photography.
The final products are centered on light, reflection and the hard nature of the buildings. The Joel Tjintjelaar photography focuses on simplistic elements and succeeds in presenting abstract artistic masterpieces.
The Joel Tjintjelaar Photography Explores Abstract Expression
Katie Pagnotta — January 22, 2013 — Art & Design
References: bwvision & mymodernmet