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    1. Leadtowill 29 months ago | reply

      This is brilliant, how many shots is it composed of?

    2. Willem van den Hoed 29 months ago | reply

      Thanks! About 120 telezoom-photo's of the exterior (waiting for the many cars to pass!) and some additional 25 shots of the floor.

    3. Willem van den Hoed 29 months ago | reply

      Dankje Anita, Heeft wel iets weg van jouw kubuswoningenfoto!

    4. wjpostma 28 months ago | reply

      lovely view

    5. tmaaz 28 months ago | reply

      That's an amazing photo -- I'm curious if you know why the crosswalks are intentionally offset with fences like that? Is there a safety reason, or something else?

    6. Willem van den Hoed 28 months ago | reply

      tmaaz: this is a hugely crowded crossing. I am guessing the islands halfway create a buffer for waiting pedestrians. It makes the patterns even more beautiful, I think!

    7. Liandro N. I. Siringoringo 19 months ago | reply

      Amazing piece of art sir. Breathtaking. I wonder, when did you get this idea and what drives you to do so(apart from the meditation, I watched one of your interview)?

    8. Willem van den Hoed 19 months ago | reply

      The rotated position of the hotel 'screamed" for a project. I started photographing the asphalt with my tele-zoom lens and noticed the marks of traffic accidents. Had to think of computer games, crossing the crossroads, making it to the other side, the next level, or die.
      Had to take a lot of empty (car-less) details to get the whole traffic drawing. I love realities that are slightly besides the real one. Love to experience that in those hotel rooms. And also when back in the studio when I work on one room for weeks, re-experiencing (re-living) those moments in Gangnam at Park Hyatt Seoul.
      Computergame: vimeo.com/52529362

    9. Machicouly 14 months ago | reply

      That's really nice, all those little dotted lines...

      Visual Haiku

    10. Bakar_88 10 months ago | reply

      Great Work!

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