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Graffiti wall on Saebraut, Reykjavík

I first clocked this at night as we drove along Saebraut, the coastal road which lazily leads into central Reykjavík from the east of the city, and resolved to visit it again during the day. Some great pieces on this warehouse, adding a splash of colour to an otherwise drab urban stretch.

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Inside the Q-Park car park, Liverpool One

This is the car park in the recently opened Liverpool One retail development. As soon as I saw the clean curves of this access ramp, and the remarkably tasteful interior lighting, I knew it would make a great shot. I’ve always had a fascination for multi-storey car parks: their brutal modernism, abject functionality, and the impersonal transience of them as a social space makes them oddly beguiling.

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Empty spaces, lonely places

Abandoned office space, Leeds

Sometimes a picture says a thousand words. Sometimes a space resonates with memories long after it is emptied. Sometimes you don’t notice the frame until the canvas is empty. Recently vacated office space in a converted mill building in Leeds.

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