The specific skyline of a city is drawn by skyscrapers. In this old city, at the very most 7 medieval towers scrape the sky. Less striking but no less characteristic are the countless, small rooftops and gables.
Only together do they form Luebeck’s typical skyline.
I reinterpreted the postcard motifs and dissolved them into patterns, light spots and lines. When sharp silhouettes disappear, the view becomes free for what one’s own mind wants to see.
at the old harbour