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cityscape photography

Stunning Cityscapes by Martin Stavars

Martin Stavars was born in 1981 in Czestochowa, Poland. He specializes in black-and-white cityscapes, landscapes, and night photography. He and his camera have visited more than twenty countries, with Asia holding a key spot. Martin’s work has been showcased in numerous international competitions, and he was named “Architecture Photographer of the Year” at the International …

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nice set of free vector skylines

HOT FREEBIE – Vector City Skylines and Monuments

Yes, that’s right … after keeping you waiting so long, it’s about time to publish another cool vector set you may use for personal as well as for commercial purposes. It should be already clear from the title … today’s vectors are going to be about city skylines and monuments. Make sure to download – …

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futuristic city

Futuristic City Artworks

Today’s collection is dedicated to all fans of futuristic computer graphics. People were always curious about the future … what will it bring, how will certain things look like etc. In the showcase below, we’re presenting works of several talented artists and their visions on how futuristic cities could look like. It’s more than obvious …

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modern skyscrapers in fog

Modern Urban Photography

Last time, we were presenting magnificent bridges from all around the World. This time, we’ll show you the best from modern urban photography. Highest skyscrapers, amazing business centers, cold and industrial parking lots, futuristic shopping centers, illuminated warehouses, majestic theatres and spacious subway stations … and these are just the highlights from our handpicked collection. …

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Ferris wheel photo

Cities at Night

Today we prepared interesting photography showcase featuring urban photography at night. Historic European alleys in contrast with modern avenues and squares showing different cultures all around the world. Next to the classic photos, you may enjoy photography using special techniques such as high definition range and slow shutter speed. Enjoy!

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Kuala Lumpur – the Alpha City

Kuala Lumpur – the Alpha City

The history of Kuala Lumpur started in 1857 – not too long ago in comparison with other cities with global significance. Nevertheless, the city managed to grow from a tiny settlement of tin prospectors in the middle of the jungle into a huge city, capital of Malaysia, and one of the Alpha cities in the …

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Detroit – the City of Champions and the Motown

For slightly over than 300 years of its history, Detroit has evolved from a small settlement, known as Fort Ponchartrain du Détroit, into the City of Champions and to the Motown with its unique atmosphere, distinct local coloring, and features, easily recognizable throughout the world. Center of the American automobile industry and home of legendary …

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cute urban illustration

Urban Illustrations – the Cities Seeing by the Creative Eyes

Our today showcase may probably be called one of the brightest and the most colorful galleries ever on this site. It is dedicated to urban illustrations – uncommon, ravishing, magic, and unique. The human kind tends to globalization and urbanization these days. We have no slightest doubt that it is very cozy, pleasant, and peaceful …

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Hong Kong – The Pearl of the Orient

The Pearl of the Orient – this nickname of Hong Kong is, perhaps, the best characteristic or definition for this Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. By the way, the name of the city, actually, means “fragrant harbor” in English. Today, Hong Kong is one the most densely populated areas in the …

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new york cityscape

Cityscapes – The Monuments to Human Creativity

The theme of cityscapes, which are actually nothing but city portraits, is among the favorite themes for photographers. However, in spite of its wide popularity, every cityscape always looks fresh and remains interesting for the audience. Even if we see many pictures of the same and familiar places, such as the streets of New York, …

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