Nick Frank is an art and creative director who got into photography just two years back. You wouldn’t have known that looking at his perfectly composed works though. Such as this breathtaking photo series of Munich’s underground subway stations. Every one of these shots look untouchable by time and its elements.
Englischer Garten, or what us tourists might call English Garden, is one of the largest urban parks in the world, sprawling over 3.7km of central Munich. Despite the name, there’s nothing particularly English about this place, except for the surfers attempting to surf an artificial wave being pumped across the mouth of an artificial water stream.
Ok, let it be said: each and everyone of these subways, as compiled by our friends at Web Urbanist, leave any subway on New York’s R line for dead. And we mean that literally. Much respect to the free-thinking architects behind these underground gems. [Hover mouse over each image to discover the city it’s in]