I’ve always been compulsive when it comes to symmetry and intentionally calculated when it comes to asymmetry. This obviously speaks volumes about my personality but let’s save that discussion for another day. Anyway, you can imagine how Hungarian photographer Zsolt Hlinka‘s images of buildings on the banks of Eastern Europe’s River Danube immediately captured my attention and heart. Despite being digitally manipulated, having been wiped clean of their backgrounds and mirrored, the Wes Anderson-reminiscent architecture is mesmerizing . . . especially for someone as OCD as me!

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(via Designboom)