Photographer Adam Magyar’s Stainless project is a mesmerizing depiction of the underground urban bustle.

Calling Adam Magyar’s Stainless project a collection of “slow-motion videos” would be an understatement. In fact, these fast-spreading pieces of work are much more like mesmerizing, living tableaus than they are simple videos with adjusted frame rates.

Stainless was originally shot as a series of stills depicting the always moving, urban circulation occurring in underground subway tunnels. Shot with a high-speed camera, the images were all high resolution, with enough detail to make out even the most subtle facial expressions of train passengers.

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