Designer Anton Repponen has created a photo series that 'misplaces' famous New York architecture.
He edits the images to remove buildings from their busy city environments.
He then places them against desolate landscapes, using photographs from his travels to Peru, Brazil and Hawaii.
He began working on this series in September 2015.
In order to create each image, Repponen first takes multiple photographs of the same building from different angles.
He then layers several of the images on top of each other, to accurately depict the building without any shadows or distractions from neighboring buildings or branding.
He then draws over the compilation of images to create clean lines and fix shadows.
According to Repponen, this series depicts the buildings as the architect had intended, by removing them from distracting elements and placing them as the center of attention.
"My idea was to photograph these buildings and restore them to how the architect saw them in the first place"
"I chose to position each building in a desert surrounding, so that all your attention is focused on the architecture."