Cities are interesting, frantic and busy locations. Time seems to hurry by quicker than elsewhere whenever one is out there in an urban metropolis. It is a state to be that Laurent Dequick likes to communicate in a number of photographs entitled Vibrations Urbaines. But once you look closely at their work, you would quickly mistake each portrait becoming a cubism artwork, in place of a photograph.
So just how does he get it done? Each image is a collective series of multiple photographs, overlapped and superimposed collectively to aesthetically mirror the chaos and congestion of big urban centers, capturing the colourful energy and frenzy of places including nyc, London, Paris and Berlin.
He explains: “Along the streets, the lights, the noise, the traffic, the swarms of pedestrians, the blend of smells, are interesting that no shot can totally capture it. Do alternatives have to be made? I don’t think-so; We don’t desire to…”