The Redundant Photography of Fred Lebain

fred06Photo: Fred Lebain

French photographer Fred Lebain took a trip to New York City and took a series of photos around town.  He then revisited those sites after printing out huge poster versions of his shots.  Then he carefully re-aligned the shots to incorporate his previous image into a new, dynamically interesting one.


these postcard images show lebain's preference for particular areas of the city,
telescoping his views - a time parallax representing the days which separate the two shots -
and superimposing his vision of new york. hands, feet or a pair of jeans can be seen...
like surrealistic winks, indicating that the photographer is not alone in his mission.


http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/10/view/8068/fred-lebain-a-spring-in-new-york.html


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