Bold and beautiful - art hidden in architecture

The Chrysler and UN buildings in New York are nearly half a mile apart but here they appear glued together.
Photographer Nikola Olic seeks out hidden shapes and patterns in architectural giants.

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This “vortex” is in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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A thin blue slice of sky is surrounded by high-rise New York apartments.

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This is the Shinjuku Washington Hotel in Tokyo, Japan. It reminds Olic of a grater.

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Here in Chicago, USA, the blue building behind creates a “constructed sky”, says Olic.

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Also in Chicago, a chance shot of a seagull creates a piece of “accidental avian and architecture abstraction”.

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In Texas, Olic focuses on the “steps” of the 40-storey Burnett Plaza, the tallest building in Fort Worth.

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Diagonal lines draw the eye in this abstract view of Hong Kong's Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre.

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Back in New York, a “lucky window” receives a curved white ray of architectural magic from a neighbouring building.

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Olic says this Barcelona building - in architect Antoni Gaudi’s Park Guell - has “crying rhombus windows”.

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Stacked Hong Kong apartments rise above the roof of a temple that's home to three teachings - Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism.

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Finally, looking from the inside out, Olic captures flowing streaks of red in the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.

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