Take a peek at these aerial views. Notice anything…different? That's because Clement Valla's series "Postcards from Google Earth" depicts bridges and roads that appear warped when you zoom in just the right way.
Here's what Valla has to say about his work:
The images are screenshots from Google Earth with basic color adjustments and cropping. I am collecting these new typologies as a means of conservation--as Google Earth improves its 3D models, its terrain, and its satellite imagery, these strange, surrealist depictions of our built environment and its relation to the natural landscape will disappear in favor of better illusionistic imagery. However, I think these strange mappings of the 2-dimensional and the 3-dimensional provide us with fabulous forms that are purely the result of algorithmic processes and not of human aesthetic decision making. They are artifacts worth preserving.
Via Clement Valla