Citing the street as their favorite workplace and the whole world as their canvas, Valencia-based couple Anna Devis and Daniel Rueda inventively interact with architecture. When paired with their love of travel, this playful interest culminates in a quirky and creative collection of photos that’ll make you look twice.
Set in cities across the globe and featuring bold patterns, simple shapes, and pastel colors, Devis’ and Rueda’s snapshots convey a wide range of architectural styles and structures. On top of simply showcasing beautiful architecture around the world, the charming photographs also demonstrate the duo’s unique way of experiencing everyday life and interacting with their surroundings. Thanks to their clever poses, building façades become theatrical backdrops, spiral staircases turn into playgrounds, and windows are transformed into versatile props.
Given the aesthetically cohesive and visually fascinating nature of their photos, it is no surprise that the couple’s artistic talents transcend playful posing and photography. Devis is an illustrator and designer, while Rueda is a trained architect. If you’d like to see Devis’ art, stop by her blog. To learn more about Rueda’s architectural projects and view his portfolio, visit his website. And, if you just can’t get enough of their fun photographs, check out Devis‘ and Rueda‘s Instagram accounts.
In their colorful collection of architectural photography, artistic couple Anna Devis and Daniel Rueda playfully interact with buildings around the world.
All images via Anna Devis and Daniel Rueda.
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