Crowd patterns create ultimate hipster plaid


For too long has plaid been the reserve of the hipster, the lumberjack, and the 1990s grunge revivalist. Beijing artist Zhang Bojun is taking back for the people… in fact, he’s made a whole range of cool designs using people from the streets of China as his material.

For the series called ‘We’ Zhang spent seven years taking photos of people out and about on the streets of China’s cities. He then cut out the images of them out of their surrounding and pasted them together to create uniqe patterns. To continue reading click here..

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