La Biblioteca Virgilio Barco from a certain perspective inspired by the movie "Inception". Image © Camilo Monzón Colombian graphic designer and creative director Camilo Monzón's Instagram account is not your average catalog of Bogotá's iconic architecture. Camilo explains that his particular way of capturing the city arose while he tried out his drone. "I realized that the tiles from nearby buildings showed me an unedited side of Bogotá that should be revealed and shown to everyone," he said in a conversation with ArchDaily en Español. "I think of it as rediscovering the city."
His images use Photoshop to merge Bogotá's notable buildings like the Planetario Distrital, Plaza de Toros de Santamaría and the Torres del Parque, with photographs of the roadways and roundabouts that dot the Colombian capital. "The work of Rogelio Salmona is iconic and obviously beautiful, but
When asked about the success of his photographs and montages, the author recognizes that he would like to have an exhibition or book featuring his work under the name "the other face of the capital." "Hopefully it will happen at some point," he adds. Follow Camilo Monzón on Instagram to see more of his work.
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