Alastair Philip Wiper: Unintended Beauty
Alastair Philip Wiper's precisionist-style color photographs of technology and industry, from CERN to Adidas factories
Copenhagen-based British photographer Alastair Philip Wiper (born 1980)--known for his journalistic photography in Wired, The Guardian, Scientific American, Wallpaper and Vice--explores the technological and digital revolution in his color photographs of factories, labs, shipyards and industrial sites in this new monograph.--Editors at Wired "WIRED"
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[A] fascinating new photography book that looks for beauty in unexpected places.--Paul Hirons "Daily Mail"
The photographer's approach reflects an insatiable curiosity about how things are packaged, powered and produced. But his ability to communicate this through pictures is the result of his keen eye, plenty of patience and the type of glass-half-full optimism required to find flashes of beauty in otherwise unattractive settings.--Oscar Holland "CNN"