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Aviation + climate change artist Ho-Yeol Ryu

"Flughafen" by Ho-Yeol Ryu

“Flughafen” [Airport] (2005) by Ho-Yeol Ryu

What does a world of excessive dirty aviation look like? South Korean artist Ho-Yeol Ryu’s piece Flughafen (German for “airport”) tries to answer the question visually. His piece is a lovely and foreboding composite digital image created using layering and tilt-shift techniques, based in part on images of planes taking off from Hannover airport, and addressing issues around aviation, climate change, and tourism.

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About Anirvan Chatterjee

Anirvan Chatterjee is a bibliophile, technologist, and climate activist from Berkeley, California.
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