Amazing Plaid-Like Compositions Reveal Themselves to be Bird's Eye Views of Large Crowds

Using digital manipulation, Chinese photographer Zhang Bojun, transforms swarms of people, whom he has photographed on Beijing’s overcrowded streets, into repeating visual patterns inspired by the interlocking stripes of plaid fabrics. The images are a social commentary on modern life in China and explore migration and the dashed dreams of life in the big city, where workers, who represent the vast majority of the urban population, are unable to settle.

 Find out more about Zhang Bojun's work here.

via [fubiz]  via [Photography in China]