Photographer Nikola Olic's architectural photographs focus in on the structural elements of buildings and expose the intricacy of design without ever showing a structure's contour. In Olic's world, looking closely at a city's architectural landscape literally means zooming in on her lens, so much so that a building's facade is taken out of context and starts to look like an optical illusion.
Olic, who lives in Dallas, Texas, never shows a building in its entirety, an approach that tricks the eye into looking at a building in a different way with a focus on lines, squares, and patterns. Check out a few of Olic's abstract photographs below and hop over to her website for more.
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