Julian Schulze is a talented photographer and artist currently based in Berlin, Germany. Julian focuses on “geometric abstraction and minimalistic compositions”, he captures colorful and high-contrast scenes of architectural delights hidden in our cities. “At the heart of my approach is the freedom from objective context, the interplay of colors, and of course the composition of geometric patterns,” he says.
The cities we live in, as concrete as they might seem, are full of abstract geometric forms. A concrete street 1000 times crossed in the morning, can turn into an abstract paradise when the afternoon sunlight causes an extravaganza of shadows and new angles. It is this hidden beauty that I love and try to reveal.