At only 18-years-old, German photographer Paul Eis creates rainbow architecture with pictures and Photoshop.
Perhaps it is because of his young age that the photographer is able to recapture architecture in a completely new light. The imaginative work features buildings -- some unique and others quite standard -- and uses multiple colors to imagine a new and creative world in which everything is bright and vividly hued. The artist manages to excite and invoke the imagination while also revealing design potential in old and new architecture.
This rainbow architecture photography was created to "highlight how interesting and unique these buildings are" and does just that with its vivid colors and its emphasis on geometric shapes.
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