Benny Chan’s aeriel photos of LA traffic

Bird’s eye view photos by architecture photographer Benny Chan, showing the busy traffic in Los Angeles. It’s ironic that these beautiful photos are based on one of the most hated stuffs endured daily by urban folks; ironic, but cool…

Aerial view of Los Angeles traffic

Aerial view of Los Angeles traffic

Bird view of Los Angeles traffic

Bird view of Los Angeles traffic

Overhead view of Los Angeles traffic

Overhead view of Los Angeles traffic

“Benny Chan: Traffic” will be exhibited from May 31 to September 20 (2009) at the Pasadena Museum of California Art [larger images available on Good.is]

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Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    word check: (title) instead of the word “ariel” it should be “aerial”

    but yeah, i agree with you: the pics do look cool..

  2. says

    Way to go, Benny! What a beautiful point of view! To be pulled out of that madness to such a scale – it becomes peaceful observance; almost ontologically removed. …I remember sitting in that traffic with you when we went to Sci-Arc; I only miss the “you” part of that! ;) Best of luck with the show, my friend!

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