American Artist Crafts ‘Urban Mandala’ With Vancouver Detail

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Last year, American artist Neal Peterson created a series a large, Buddhist art-inspired mandalas made up of original street photography. The repeated, ringing images include all manner of architectural details, colourful graffiti, and a range of natural elements. To the Minneapolis-based artist, the mandala form captures “the blossoming, fractal nature of cities […] these kaleidoscopic microcosms represent the oneness and connectivity of a city and its people.” He made six Urban Mandalas in total, including this especially beautiful one of Vancouver:

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Prints are available via nealpeterson.com.

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