Melbourne-based photographer Tom Blachford compiled a series of photographs taken from the busy streets of China. The population dense country makes use of minimal space with their tall, clustered architecture.
Tom Blachford was able to find the poetry in the madness through his vision. Linear pictures, vibrant neon colors and mountainous landscapes show that regardless of China's close living quarters, it's imperative to take pleasure in the smallest things.
Implications - Consumers enjoy cityscape photography as they're able to easily empathize with the urban environments depicted in these images. Corporations looking to add authenticity to their advertising campaigns may consider utilizing real backdrops and everyday citizens rather than employing professional models.
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