This is the fascinating projection work of the Spanish designer Jorge Manes Rubio who illuminates walls, alley's and houses with his projections of street food scenes.
Taking pictures of food stalls and night markets from around the world Rubio then projects these onto surfaces with striking effects.
Rubio explained the work over on Design Boom, saying: "I’ve always been fascinated by how much life there’s in the streets of what we called undeveloped countries such as Morocco, Thailand or Indonesia for example".
"I think it’s important to share this vision, because probably we have a lot to learn from them. Even at night, when we think the streets might be dangerous or hostile, they are bursting with life."
The idea is to place the projections in hostile environments and darkened streets to show that with just a little light our whole perception of an area can change.
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