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Reorganized Cities French artist Armelle Caron takes maps of cities and reorganizes the individual blocks into ordered rows. The process transforms a chaotic city into a unrecognizable, but systematic assemblage of shapes. I’ll be honest, the sizes of the images below don’t do the designs justice. Check out Armelle’s website to see larger versions of even more cities, or click on the city names below to see the full size images.

Deconstructive Cities: Paris, Berlin, and New York… completely dissected into little bits, and then neatly organized according to shape and size by French artist Armelle Caron.

Rodin Musee, Paris France

  • Jessica Cobb

    I actually thought about doing this. The shape of those hands are really nice.

"In Paris" says Henri, "There are thousands of buses!!! l Henri's Walk to Paris: Saul Bass's Only Children's Book, 1962, Resurfaced 50 Years Later | Brain Pickings

Jardin du Plantes, Pari, Linocut , evelyne bouchard

Natural Garden, Paris by Marion Dufour editorial design with illustration of birds and flowers

Les Graphiquants | Atelier De Graphisme à Paris.

  • Sylvie Lebeuf

    Une des plus belles fontes typographiques que j'ai vu depuis longtemps!

Père Lachaise Cemetery, Paris - France Père Lachaise Cemetery (French: Cimetière du Père-Lachaise)