We’re often so busy in our daily lives that we neglect the enormity of the architecture around us, but this Paul Wisenberg print of the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver makes us confront an epic landmark head-on.
“I am inspired by the urban environments that surround us and structure our daily lives. I love capturing lines, shapes and repetition that I often find in unassuming places. I would hope my pictures inspire others to notice, and hopefully look more deeply at, the seemingly mundane scenes we encounter everyday.”
We love the strong, jaw-dropping scale of Paul’s photo, titled “Under the Bridge” and are selling 16×24″ and 24×36″ canvas prints of it for a limited time.
Paul (@paulitik) is a newly self-taught film and digital photographer based in Canada. Vintage Nikons, vinyl records, vegetarian food, urban landscapes, and rambling about nerdy camera stuff really get him going. Paul finds inspiration in urban structures and settings but is also an avid food photographer. His work has been featured in the Huffington Post and FoodGawker, among others.