Photographer Uses Google Earth to Create Intricate Collages of Man-made Structures

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San Francisco-based artist Jenny Odell’s medium of choice is Google, namely Google Earth and Google Street View. In this series she explores the way that satellite photography is actually very revealing about our humanity and the marks we humans have left on our planet. I just love how beautiful and fragile she makes everything seem.

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Every Basketball Court in Manhattan

97 Nuclear Cooling Towers

144 Empty Parking Lots

10 Waterslide Configurations

120 Stadiums

1,378 Grain Silos, Water Towers, and Other Cylindrical-Industrial Buildings

77 Waste and Salt Ponds

104 Airplanes

This post was contributed by Sophie Chapman-Andrews, Head of Art Buying at McCann London

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