Saturday, 13 March 2010
Danish photographer, Peter Funch, who lives and works in New York City has created a photo series called “Babel Tales” which consists of pictures of people passing New York City street corners.
Every photo is an edit of several photo’s he took at exactly the same spot in a period of two weeks. He then picked dozens of samey pedestrians — smokers, kids, dog walkers, people with flowers, security staff, yawners — and Photoshopped them into the same frames to create the Babel Tales series. Its quite odd to see a New York where everyone wears red or everyone carries a brolly. Thanks to Sweet Station.