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Stephan Faerber's Haunting Black & White Cityscapes

 - Jan 21, 2010   Updated: Jun 21 2011
Minneapolis-based photographer Stephan Faerber shows the city’s true colors in these beautiful black and white shots of the urban cityscape.

Stephan Faerber gets up close and personal with photos of some incredible old buildings, truly bringing their unique history to life. Other shots include the classic New York city taxi cab and world famous San Francisco residences. Check out Faerber’s gritty city dwelling photography above.

Implications - No longer satisfied with art that is just pleasing to the eye, consumers are looking for more stimulation. Designs that are challenging in some way appeal to audiences who desire a discussion from the pieces they look at. Companies could hone in on this need for a deeper meaning to please more customers.