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Hypnotic Abstract Photographs Make Buildings Look Like Optical Illusions

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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