Beyond Perspective: An Artificial Bird’s Eye View Of City Movement

Beyond Perspective: An Artificial Bird’s Eye View Of City Movement

Adam Magyar's photographs provide a clever illusion of how people move and intersect in cities.

Kyana Gordon
  • 6 september 2011

Hungarian-born photographer, Adam Magyar observes the ways thousands of people move and intersect in central urban spaces. From Tokyo to New York, Magyar’s lens captures a bird’s eye view of vibrant city life, what motivates the movement, and the many paths which are crossed.

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