Jared Lim's photographs feature subjects like tall buildings and other constructions that make up the built environment, but this may not be immediately apparent from his shots. His images present scaled-down versions of a single perspective viewing physically large settings, which transform their sight into a graphic presentation of geometric patterns. Whether it be an arrangement of windows on a building facade or a series of rows of empty seats, Lim recognizes that these detailed elements often create easily-overlooked compositions of shapes, colors, and lines that collectively form a larger design.

[via TheFoxIsBlack]