Wouter van Buuren's approach to creating photographs strikes on two chords: photograph landscapes from towers, cranes, bridges and high-rise buildings, and then collage them all together into a gorgeous planet-like work of art.
Taken in China, New York and the Netherlands, Buuren's pictures feel like Super Mario Galaxy levels come to life.
Look closely and you can see where the edges of each photograph meet and overlap. Look even more carefully and you might see Buuren's foot in one of his photos.
Get a glimpse of Buuren's fantastic photography in the gallery down south.
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