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On a recent visit to Barcelona, photographer Sebastian Erras admired the city not by looking up towards the Sagrada Familia, but by looking down at the ground.
Working with ‘PixArtPrinting’, Erras went on a visual journey of the city in a most unusual way. He went to historic sites like the Palacio Casades and Gaudi’s Casa Batllo, searching for vibrant and intricate mosaic floor patterns.
It’s through these photos he’s able to reveal stories rarely told, tales better experienced through the colour and complexity of each tile. If you’re in the area, you might want to re-trace Erras’ steps .
Previously, we wrote about how Sebastian Erras started his series, which all began in Paris. You can read more a…