København Silhuetter
In Denmark, there is a tradition from around the 18th century for paper cutting with a technique where the paper is first folded so that a symmetrical pattern occurs when the work is finally unfolded again. But there are also examples of another technique and tradition that originates from the silhouette cut.

Michael Banifatov, visual artist, photographer: "In "Silhouettes" I show views of Copenhagen at sunset, when the interweaving of old and new traditions is reflected in the urban outlines. As if a fairy-tale urbanist is carving out the city with his fantasy scissors from the impenetrable darkness of medieval swamps, bathed in the northern sun".

Your time and place where you are. City. White light and colored spots. Everything froze.
White noise from nowhere.
He left... Is everything okay? Yes, everything OK.
The air froze in tension like the walls of houses. Twilight. Nobody's around. There will be a mutiny.
Fly over the lagoon, brave man, and may the force of the headwind keep you.
Sometimes the whole world converges at one point.
When insects die, they turn into molten metal. Their eyes sparkle like gems.
Search for unusual angles and architectural forms in southern Bedfordshire.
Celestial bodies and fruit bodies are very similar. Juicy universe in the process of decay.
The Greeks had enough, less could not be expected. They were for show embraced by the sunlight.
I didn't want any flowers, I only wanted to lie with my hands turned up and be utterly empty.
Palm Jumeirah is an archipelago of artificial islands (Dubai, UAE). Views and patterns