An interesting photography project showing the real nature of the space after heavy-partying nights in German nightclubs.
Giesermann André and Daniel Schulz are studying communication and industrial design at the HAW Academy of Fine Arts. They started a photography project called “The Morning After”, for which they took photos of German nightclubs after everyone had left.
They took all the shots in the morning light, after everyone had spent the night (and, this being Germany, quite a bit of the morning) dancing and partying. The project’s inspiration was the idea of showing the true form of the space when the lights go on and the music goes off.
Huge thanks to Visual News for pointing us towards these.