Tuesday, January 27, 2009

The Photography of Kazuhiko Kawahara

Digitally morphing the outlook of your conventional building, Japanese architect/photographer Kazuhiko Kawahara manipulates various images to create his distinct architecture style. The works can be attributed as a method to prototype certain projects rather than following the traditional norm. Clarifying his unorthodox kaleidoscope style furthermore, Kawahara seamlessly meshes ordinary structures into a rather unique form of expression. Click here for more pictures of Kawahara's work.

Yeah Yeah Yeah! All this means is that Kawahara is an expert at using Photoshop; nothing more nothing less. His work is very similar to Flip Dujardin in his usage of the kaleidoscope effect yet he seems to execute it well.

Source: designboom

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