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Abstract Architecture by Thomas Hawk

October 7, 2012 10:33 PM

These surreal and abstract architecture photos were taken in Houston, Texas during the summer of 2011 by self-proclaimed “photography factory” Thomas Hawk. His Flickr page consists of tens of thousands of photos, and the number is continuously growing. He’s also got a huge fan base, his Google+ page has over three million followers.

“I’m trying to publish a library of 1,000,000 finished, processed photographs before I die.”

These abstract shots are just a tiny slice of his Houston set that I happened to stumble upon. The set is part of an even larger collection called 100 largest American cities, where Hawk aims to capture photos in all of America’s 100 largest cities (by population). It’s an ongoing project, and so far he’s covered 32 of them.

Abstract Architecture in Houston Texas by Thomas Hawk

Abstract Architecture in Houston Texas by Thomas Hawk

Abstract Architecture in Houston Texas by Thomas Hawk

Abstract Architecture in Houston Texas by Thomas Hawk

Abstract Architecture in Houston Texas by Thomas Hawk

Abstract Architecture in Houston Texas by Thomas Hawk

Abstract Architecture in Houston Texas by Thomas Hawk

Source: Flickr
All photos © Thomas Hawk


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