Brilliant Photo Manipulations Depict a World Organized by Patterns

"Selected People" is an ongoing series of brilliant photo manipulations by Boston-based photographer Pelle Cass that depict the visual rhythms of everyday life. Pelle creates these images by setting up a camera on a tripod in various public spaces in the Boston area, taking hundreds of pictures from the same spot. He then begins a painstaking selection process using photoshop, simply leaving the figures he chooses and omitting the rest, creating organized patterns of time and space condensed into one simultaneous image.

Find out more about Pelle's work here.

via [feature shoot] via [Wired]