1. Bernard Bolter’s Digital City Series is a collection of digitally rendered portraits of iconic cities around the world. Each image is a composite of several snapshots, stitched together to create a scene that is on one hand absolutely familiar, and on the other, resolutely strange and unknowable — the canals of Venice butting up to the contemporary storefronts of the inner city, or the highways of Los Angeles streaming lines of traffic parallel to the sloping architecture of the Disney Music Hall. Above, the city of Basel in Switzerland is shown for both its famous banks and the banks of the Rhine. Beautiful.

    Bernard Bolter’s Digital City Series is a collection of digitally rendered portraits of iconic cities around the world. Each image is a composite of several snapshots, stitched together to create a scene that is on one hand absolutely familiar, and on the other, resolutely strange and unknowable — the canals of Venice butting up to the contemporary storefronts of the inner city, or the highways of Los Angeles streaming lines of traffic parallel to the sloping architecture of the Disney Music Hall. Above, the city of Basel in Switzerland is shown for both its famous banks and the banks of the Rhine. Beautiful.