Total Landscapes: Vertigo-Inducing Stereographic Projections

Total Landscapes: Vertigo Inducing Stereographic Projections stereographic outdoors landscapes collage

Total Landscapes: Vertigo Inducing Stereographic Projections stereographic outdoors landscapes collage

Total Landscapes: Vertigo Inducing Stereographic Projections stereographic outdoors landscapes collage

Total Landscapes: Vertigo Inducing Stereographic Projections stereographic outdoors landscapes collage

Total Landscapes: Vertigo Inducing Stereographic Projections stereographic outdoors landscapes collage

Total Landscapes: Vertigo Inducing Stereographic Projections stereographic outdoors landscapes collage

This blog is no stranger to stereographic projections, but I’ve never seen anything quite like this. These wonderful aerial collages using photographs shot from atop electric towers, cranes, high rise buildings and bridges are by Netherlands-based photographer Wouter van Buuren. Captured in locations across the Netherlands, China, and New York, the projections condense panoramic horizons into compact worlds that at times look like giant glass marbles. Click the images above to see the landscapes much larger, and see more work in his portfolio. Wouter just opened a solo show at Witzenhausen Gallery in Amsterdam through February 4.

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