Milan’s Architecture and People in Surreal Double Exposures

Milan’s Architecture and People in Surreal Double Exposures

The white background makes the architecture in the background stick out. The photograph highlights the powerful/cerative mind it takes to create such a innovative structure.

Pietro - Basilica di San Lorenzo  -  con Pietro Leddi. Composizioni fotografiche di Francesco Paleari

Architettura, Milano in testa: il ritratto dei residenti

Pietro - Basilica di San Lorenzo - con Pietro Leddi. Composizioni fotografiche di Francesco Paleari

Milano’s Profiles | Francesco Paleari Milan in architectural profiles of a historic city and modern at the same time, Milan in the pro...

Milano’s Profiles | Francesco Paleari Milan in architectural profiles of a historic city and modern at the same time, Milan in the pro...

Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog: Milano's Profiles: Photos by Francesco Paleari

Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog: Milano's Profiles: Photos by Francesco Paleari

Visage et Architecture – Portraits de Francesco Paleari

Visage et Architecture – Portraits de Francesco Paleari

In this double exposure portraits series, Italian photographer Francesco Paleari mixes the architecture of Milan with its inhabitants' faces creating magnificent monochrome compositions. &n

Francesco Paleari puts a new spin on profiles by incorporating buildings and landmarks in his very clever and unique "Milano's profiles" collection.

Francesco Paleari puts a new spin on profiles by incorporating buildings and landmarks in his very clever and unique "Milano's profiles" collection.

Dan Mountford. This double exposure photograph by Dan Mountford combines a silhouette with an outside view. Linking to the theme of inside outside and in between.

Dan Mountford. This double exposure photograph by Dan Mountford combines a silhouette with an outside view. Linking to the theme of inside outside and in between.

Recycle II: Photos by Anna Pantelia  Double exposure photos using the same technique from her first series.  Αfter experimenting with portraits and buildings (Recycle) I tried to apply almost the same technique on these new portraits. In this project the concept of snapshot replaces the stability of buildings. The theme is based on the effect of the financial crisis in Greece especially in younger generations.

Recycle II: Photos by Anna Pantelia Double exposure photos using the same technique from her first series. Αfter experimenting with portraits and buildings (Recycle) I tried to apply almost the same technique on these new portraits. In this project the concept of snapshot replaces the stability of buildings. The theme is based on the effect of the financial crisis in Greece especially in younger generations.

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