Artists Dissects City Maps And Reconfigures Them Into Intricate Mosaics [Pics]

Artists Dissects City Maps And Reconfigures Them Into Intricate Mosaics [Pics]
Design

What do aerial shots of cities look like when they are placed on their sides?

Plus Aziz
  • 21 september 2012

Armelle Caron is an artist that works with maps in unique ways. Patterns emerge that are virtually unrecognizable and provide a completely transformed look to the city. In a process that took her 3 years to complete, the artist took apart various cities block by block and sorted their buildings within them in order of their shape in rows. The cities she dissected include Paris, New York, Istanbul, and Berlin.

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