The style of photographer Kazuhiko Kawahara is one of symmetry, of spiraling fractals and cubic concrete.  With careful digital manipulation, his cityscape subjects take on a mathematic character as streets and structures, buildings and beamwork interweave into themselves.  Let your eyes lose focus for a second, and Kawahara’s work becomes reminiscent of Rorschach– allowing your mind to see what it wants in the merging metropolis.  In an age where architecture is man’s most monolithic form of sculpture, Kawahara brings a chisel of his own.  [pallalink via db]