london floors: sebastian erras and pixartprinting unveil the city's hidden treasures london floors: sebastian erras and pixartprinting unveil the city's hidden treasures
jul 06, 2016

london floors: sebastian erras and pixartprinting unveil the city's hidden treasures

london floors: sebastian erras and pixartprinting unveil the city’s hidden treasures 

 

 

 

german photographer sebastian erras has uncovered a patchwork of different floors from around the world – including paris, venice and barcelona. his latest venture in collaboration with pixartprinting, brought him to london where he discovered an exciting landscape of different colors and textures, all found beneath the tip of his toes.

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aesop, london

 

 

 

sebastian erras’ journey led him to uncover a range of exciting locations including the tate modern and the V&A museam as well as some of the city’s less known areas including stanhope gardens’, which details the parks’ british wildlife scene in a vibrant decorative mosaic. the photographic series unveils a vibrant map of ‘london floors’, providing visitors with an alternative route to discovering the capital which you can follow here

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stanhope gardens
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rococo chocolates
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the tate modern

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the V&A museam
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peter & jones department
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nunhead green
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l’escargot
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  • I love the photos and what he has found. But, his shoes, socks and rolled up pants are hideous. Seriously

    Nick Moser says:

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