Chris Maluszynski has spent four years photographing the intricately patterned carpeting that winds through the insides of Las Vegas' casinos. Maluszynski explains how the carpets reflect and extend a sense of one place's unnerving energy: "Vegas is I feel the most surreal place in the world. In the middle of the desert you have this huge neon-lit metropolis, which is bizarre in itself. Everywhere you look when you are on The Strip or Downtown there are flashing lights to mesmerise you. I found myself trying to give my eyes a rest from the chaos by looking at the floor, but there is no respite even there..."
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