Type the Sky

type the sky book photography

I’ve seen tons of books mimicking our alphabet using our environment, but it’s great to see this refreshing book and set of photographs using a medium we all have access to; the sky and surrounding buildings. I have no clue where to buy this book, but have a glance at this German website or babelfish the webpage to get a somewhat english translation of the page. If any of ya’ll can find out where to buy this book, please send a link by commenting. I’ll be looking up towards the sky more often now 😉

Pictures after the jump.
via slanted.de

update: This is the work of  Lisa Rienermann at lisarienermann.com.

type the sky book photography

type the sky book photography

type the sky book photography

type the sky book photography

type the sky book photography

7 Responses to “Type the Sky”

  1. Marco Says:

    wow…
    incredible…

    http://www.apricot-juice.com

  2. Sarah Says:

    that’s way cool

  3. Katie Says:

    It was a school project… don’t think its for sale.

  4. tango! Says:

    I saw the letter “T” today looking in between buildings 😉

  5. Raghibsuleman Says:

    ok that is cool and nice……………….

  6. Gecko Says:

    That is so cool. I never thought to look for letters like that before. Another great idea.

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