By reacting and conforming to the architectural spaces around them, photographers Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís have created a clever series that could seemingly go on forever. Their stylish and fun photos show them playing with the built environment, either aligning perfectly with a building’s form, or using simple props to bring those spaces alive. The buildings in their photos are often modern or post-modernist in style, and we’d love to get a list of all of their locations, as some of them are really striking. Created over the course of several months in many locations in Europe, you can follow the couple’s work on Instagram at @drcuerda and @anniset. Via Colossal:
“Neither of us can hide that it is us that we both love to take pictures of the most because we appear in each others’ pictures,” Rueda told Adorama. “I think the background is sometimes even more important that the main subject in the picture, that is why buildings and architecture are so important for my photography.”
[…] dramatic light, and the possibility of someone or something about the enter the scene. The way the photos are captured convey a palpable sense of something on the horizon, like a calm before a storm. […]
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