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Art and BASE Jumping at South Africa’s Orlando Towers
To see more photos, visit the Orlando Towers location page!
The Orlando Towers stand tall in Soweto, Johannesburg, an urban area that was once the center of popular resistance to apartheid. The two brightly decorated cooling towers were built in 1951 and decommissioned in 1998, but are popular today with local photographers and daredevils alike. One tower is a functioning billboard and the other displays the largest mural painting in South Africa. In addition to serving as public art, a platform connecting the two towers makes them a hotbed for bungee and BASE jumping.
Each of these images are an entire roll of film diligently shot frame-by-frame!
You can see Thomas Keller’s sketches that he used to plan out just how he was going to shoot each roll.
If you’re into these, check out our feature on Martin Wilson’s contact sheet art.
A sound revolution.
Polaroids are tough to frame because they come in non4x6 formats.
So the Swiss kids at Refurnished made these wood-crafted Polaroid frames for 600, SX-70, and Type 100 Polaroids!
Taken with Instagram
All Butan. All in. (Taken with Instagram)
via Art Sponge