While I find this photo feels too noisy, I really like the concept. DG Oakill Photography.

While I find this photo feels too noisy, I really like the concept. Street Photography: The black and white effect really gives this photo what it needs and the white lines of the crossing and buildings make the photo wow

Massing model of an urban setting made from....staples.

Staple City

City Installation Made Out Of 100000 Staples by Peter Root 4 pic on Design You Trust

♂ Futuristic design Southern Island of Creativity / Chengdu Urban Design Research Center  Assuming autocad and illustrator were used to create diagram.  I live how the landscape form mimics the architecture.

Gallery of Southern Island of Creativity / Chengdu Urban Design Research Center - 14

♂ Futuristic design Southern Island of Creativity / Chengdu Urban Design Research Center Assuming autocad and illustrator were used to create diagram. I live how the landscape form mimics the architecture.

Stephen Magsig- City Lights  http://www.smagsig.com/ http://myartspage.blogspot.ro/

Stephen Magsig They seem so simple, with dark buildings, dark sky and dark roadways, all punctuated with bright circles of light—yet it’s obvious that each one shows a specific location at a specific time, and the concept behind them is brilliant.

Power Station

((CLOSE FOR NOW Jaxx: I zip up my duffle bag and swing it around my shoulder then hoist myself up and out of the camp." I look at them and Deryck nods (Beauty Landscapes Green)

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Architecture urbaine imaginaire de Justin Plunkett

Con/struct: The Fictional Urban Architecture of Justin Plunkett. Con/struct is the latest body of work from Cape Town-based artist, designer, and photograp

The Trench Run, Hong Kong | China (by Peter Stewart)

The Trench Run, Hong Kong, China, photo by Peter Stewart

Thought this was an illustration but it's actually a photo! Amazing!   Multi-exposures of Japan by Stephanie Jung

Multi-exposures of Japan by Stephanie Jung

thekhooll: “ Multiple exposure photographs by Stephanie Jung Stephanie Jung is a German photographer with a very individual perspective on urban landscapes. Her multiple exposure series from Japan is particularly impressive, featuring her unique view.

Afurther image of greenery and vegetation invading the urban landscape, taking over abandoned buildings and factories. RCL

10 of the World's Most Scariest Places to Visit - Hashima Island, Japan ^scary? Try beautiful!

franco fontana: landscapes (urban & rural) http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7180/6943783698_72c33bf577_o.jpg

everyday_i_show: photos by Franco Fontana - Urban Landscape, Los Angeles, 1991

Franco Fontana: landscape photography also on http://bloghistapercaso.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/franco-fontana.html

Everyday_i_show: Photos By Franco Fontana (Buamai)

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