Garage: Lucky Li / by Metropolitan Society

From the artist

"These photographs were all shot in a parking garage near my school. When I first entered the concrete structure and began to look at its surfaces and crevices with artistic intention, I was struck by their visual complexity. The concrete was characterized by repeating rhythms of smooth and rough patches, and bumps and divots I didn’t initially see. I found signs of age and wear to be most beautiful, and quickly became captivated by the wide range of umber hues the rust streaks created. The way the rust bled on the concrete reminded me of the way diluted paint bleeds down a primed canvas. Sunlight that gently caressed select surfaces provided the perfect accent." 

View more of Lucky's work here.