Farbraum – Urban everyday objects moved into a new light by extracting colors.
“Farbraum” is a photographic project on urban architecture and extracted colors. German photographer Nick Frank asked himself: What is beauty? His photographic project is dedicated to the often overlooked objects found in our everyday life and the urban environment.
“Farbraum” focuses on architectural objects that often perceived as ugly like an old rusty street lamp or a desolate building made out of prefabricated concrete. Nick Frank wants to show us that beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder. The everyday objects were moved into a new light by extracting colors as well as leaching and overlapping colored accents. The color stripes below each image include the separated main color and four secondary colors of the image to show the variance of depth. The everyday objects are transformed into something tangible and vivid.