This photograph is based on the works of Bernd and Hilla Becher, it's not only their style I used but also their name (cup in German).
Bernd and Hilla Becher have been making photographs together for over 40 years. Their black-and-white prints are almost exclusively concerned with nonarchitectural industrial constructions, the sort that are engineered rather than designed. By grouping photographs of similar structures in grid configurations, the Bechers seek both to establish that these structures constitute a distinct category or "typology" and to show the range of variation that occurs within any given typology. Photographed in the winter months and under gray skies, the buildings reveal their essential physical being.