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Michael Wolf Captures the Unbelievably Dense Living Conditions of Hong Kong Residents

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There is something utterly fascinating about German-born photographer Michael Wolf‘s Architecture of Density. Hong Kong, Wolf’s adopted city of fifteen years is home to seven million people and Wolf’s images ponder contemporary urban life in one of the most densely populated areas in the world. The structures are mesmerizing and the monolithic facades play tricks on your eyes until you eventually realize that all those tiny little windows are the markers of people’s homes. We found his scout shots, featured here, especially interesting.

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Michael_Wolf_Photography

Michael_Wolf_Photography

Michael_Wolf_Photography

Michael_Wolf_Photography

Michael_Wolf_Photography

Michael_Wolf_Photography

Michael_Wolf_Photography

Michael_Wolf_Photography

Michael_Wolf_Photography

Michael_Wolf_Photography

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