Posted on September 15, 2008 Under Art

Plenty (though certainly not all) of people who are native to big cities such as New York are often too jaded to see the bizarre beauty inherent in the urban cityscape. Hailing from the war torn Bosnia and Herzegovina, and surviving that region’s tumultuous conflict, has given Kolorit (a.k.a Milos Radoicic) a keen appreciation for his adopted surroundings of the Big Apple’s urban jungle. Much of his photography shows a knack for finding a vitality in the seemingly mundane aspects of street life, while placing accents on both the symmetry and texture inherent in the scenery. For a closer look at Kolorit’s talent for creating arresting images, check out his site.