Strange photos Jan Staller

These photos depict places more out of this world, which, nevertheless, seem familiar. However, the photographer Jan Staller (Jan Staller), the first to recognize the "inherent limitations charm" of its typical models of recycled scrap steel and twisted roads, dotted with trash.





1. "I am not saying that I want to photograph uninteresting things, - says Mr. Staller. - It just so happens that I was attracted to it are. " Usually this happens.
The fence of the green grid (Green Mesh Fence)
Japan, in 2004.



The fence of the green grid (Green Mesh Fence)
Japan, in 2004. & Quot; / & gt;

2. His images are suggestive of a "finished" art. He is interested in the sculptural quality of roadside facilities.
Blue Field (Blue Field)
Japan, in 2004.



Blue Field (Blue Field)
Japan, in 2004. & Quot; / & gt;

3. He likes the gray sky, at least because it looks like a natural neutral canvas.
Floats for the network (Fishing Buoys Under Net)
Japan, in 2004.



Floats for the network (Fishing Buoys Under Net)
Japan, in 2004. & Quot; / & gt;

4. After moving to New York in 1976, fell in love with Mr. Staller Highway West Side Highway - while abandoned, partly resembling a nature reserve along the Hudson River. His first book "New York abroad» (Frontier New York) was released in 1988.
Shop «Target» (Target Store)
Missouri, 2004.

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