Tobias Reischle is a nice German guy (for real) who liked to unwind at the waterfront in Williamsburg. There he would get in touch with why on earth he was working his ass off for an overpriced rathole in an overhyped dirty corner of NYC. Staring at the more magnificent sections of town, Tobias rested his weary soul and longed to rest his ass. Inspired by the legendary Manhattan skyline that's supposed to inspire us all (some more than others, let's face it), he decided to make some concrete chairs with a loungy feel to them for all hipsters to enjoy. Made them himself, apparently. How he brought them there is unclear, as each weighs 200 pounds. But he did, and they're there to stay.
For me, the construction of panoramic photographs, comprised of various single images, acts as a visual language. Focal planes shift, panel by panel. This sequencing of photographs and shifting of focal planes allows me the luxury of guiding the viewer across the photograph, directing their eye; an effect which could not be achieved through a single image.