Small planets bend our viewing angles to different focal points and - at best - reveal the inner core of an object or a landscape. Most of these man made environments are created intentionally, the contortions and unusual perspectives can help discovering them.
For an extended selection of planets, mostly from New York and Washington DC, please see this Flickr page. For "applied" art objects like wall clocks, alarm clocks and translucent objects made with these small planets, see this page on Behance or this Flickr page. High resolution prints in different sizes are available on request.
Brooklyn Bridge
Corona Park Observatory, Flushing, Queens, New York
Lincoln Center, Manhattan, New York
Hirshhorn Museum, The Mall, Washington DC
Night skyline of Manhattan, seen from the Cavalry Cemetery on the border of Brooklyn and Queens
Carpe Diem - basking in the sun in Washington Square
Cruise ship leaving New York Harbor, seen from Coney Island beach
World War II Memorial at full moon, The Mall, Washington D.C.
Night view of Midtown Manhattan, New York
Painted Ladies on Alamo Square, San Francisco, CA
Ice storm in Baraque Michel, Hohes Venn / Hautes Fagnes, Belgium
Cimitero Monumentale, Milano, Italy
DUMBO Park, under the Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn, New York
Empire State Building, Midtown Manhattan, New York
Tug Boat in Erie Basin, New York Harbor
Beach at Stuyvesant Cove, East River, New York
Ball Pitching Boy in Central Park at Metropolitan Museum
Take-off from the beach in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York
Central Park - A Night at The Lake
Sarah's Garden, Mendon, MI
Church Roof in Sts. Maries-de-la-mer, Camargue, France
Execution Rock Lighthouse, Long Island Sound
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Small planets offer an approach to reduce landscapes or buildings to their essence and expose their inner core. This unusual experience of space Read More