I first came across Simon Høgsberg’s work after reading about his Faces of New York project, which I thought was pretty inspiring. Unfortunately at the time, I had not yet been accustomed to documenting my shit, so it didn’t take long for his name to fall off my radar. Anyway, thanks to a recent update it looks like the man has resurfaced with some wicked new work.

His latest project is oddly named We’re All Gonna Die—100 Meters of Existence. Over a period of 20 days, Simon photographed over 178 people on a bridge in Berlin. He then stitched together the photographs to create a 100-meter long image that has to be seen to be believed.

Check it.

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  1. ML February 1, 2009 at 8:46 PM

    Reminds me a bit of Philip-Lorca diCorcia: http://www.noorderlicht.com/eng/fest99/wonder/corcia/