Urbanization does not have to be perceived as something negative. Take at least its visual component. For example, the view cities and suburbs via satellite… It is so beautiful and mesmerizing that you can even arrange exhibitions from such photographs. In Florida alone urban paintings enough for more than one large museum!
Planet Money is a blog and podcast dedicated to the global financial crisis that began in 2008. It was the team from Planet Money that collected a series of satellite photographs dedicated to the impact of the Crisis on the construction industry in the US state of Florida.
But the photographs turned out to be so vivid, so interesting that they themselves can be perceived as artistic value, urban painting. After all, the expansion of cities into the swampy terrain of Florida looks just mesmerizing.
Sharp and smooth coastlines, incredible forms of cottage settlements, a combination of buildings, swamps, forests and roads. All this looks very interesting. The most real avant-garde painting, maybe even Suprematism. But instead of canvas and paints, Florida landscape and building materials are used here.
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