Nils Eisfeld captures uniquely spiraling staircases in his photography series 'Stairs.' The artist has a keen eye for angles and creates his imagery in a way that it looks like the stairs magically spiral in and out of a rabbit hole in Wonderland.
Staircases are smart choices for photography subject due to their geometrical beauty as well as the dynamic spiraling form that is not only aesthetically pleasing but also mystifying. The shading, lighting and varied scaling of every inch in the frame, which is caused by their architectural construct, are all elements that make a captivating photograph when captured through a visionary angle.
While some of Eisfeld's staircases resemble distinct shapes such as a light-bulb, others have more organically curvy spirals that look like they have been constructed out of the hands of architect Antoni Gaudi.