The Digital City Series is a photographic project of digitally constructed city portraits from around the world. These portraits are created by splicing together diverse scenes from each city to form a singular square composition. The images are composed in a seamless fashion that invite the viewer to enter the picture and experience different parts of the city as one.

""In Cubist artworks, objects are analyzed, broken up and reassembled in an abstracted form—instead of depicting objects from one viewpoint, the artist depicts the subject from a multitude of viewpoints to represent the subject in a greater context." 1

In the modern Digital Age, it is now possible to manipulate the photographic image with greater detail and accuracy. This series analyzes our environments in a greater context, by breaking up and reassembling the city into a realistic form, using digital technology to make it smoother.

1. Jean Metzinger, 'Note sur la peinture', Pan (Paris), October-November 1910

Wikipedia, Cubism, opening summary, footnote [3]

created by Bernard Bolter

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BANGOK thailand bangkok flags

BEIJING china beijing flags

MERIDA mexico merida flags

DENVER colorado denver flags

SALT LAKE CITY utah Salt Lake City flags

MANHATTAN new york Manhattan flags

San FRANCISCO california San Francisco flags

MINNEAPOLIS minnesota Minneapolis flags

ISTANBUL turkey Istanbul flags

GUANGZHOU china Guangzhou flags

SHENZHEN china Shenzhen flags

ZAGREB croatia Zagreb flags

HAMBURG germany Hamburg flags

ANTALYA turkey Antalya flags

RIGA latvia Riga flags

COPENHAGEN denmark Copenhagen flags

BERLIN germany Berlin flags

PARIS france Paris flags

LISBON portugal Lisbon flags

STOCKHOLM sweden Stockholm flags

HONG KONG s.a.r. china Hong Kong flags

MARSEILLE france Marseille flags

Las VEGAS nevada Las Vegas flags

Los ANGELES california Los Angeles flags

VENICE italy Venice flags

LONDON england London flags

BASEL switzerland Basel flags