Aleix Plademunt's Dubailand


Thu, Oct 7th, 2010 13:16 by capnasty NEWS

The reasoning and meaning behind this collection of photographs is written in a snotty kind of way that tips its hat to artists, social activists and people who wear Che Guevara t-shirts. I think it might be implying that the world we live in is a reflection of who we are. Or something deep like that.

While I'll leave to others the job to translate the arrogantly pompous description, Aleix's photos of Dubai's strange landscapes are, instead, quite remarkable. Check out the photos here and for the nonsensical meaning behind the taking of these photos here.



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