Polygonal Cities

2 3 P s y c h o g e o g ra p h i e s by R i c h a rd H o r v a t h

Where did Polygonal Cities come from?
1. Ando Hiroshige's 36 views of Mount Fuji 2. Greil Marcus' Lipstick Traces: A Secret History of the 20th Century His analysis of the Lettrists, Situationists International and their practice of psychogeography 3. Autodesk 3D Studio 2

© Richard Horvath richard@redyellowblue.info www.redyellowblue.info

Polygonal City 0: Lang Lang

Polygonal City 1: Port McDonnell

Polygonal City 2: Geelong

Polygonal City 3: Broken Hill

Polygonal City 4: Istanbul

Polygonal City 5: Kijkduin

Polygonal City 6: Frankston

Polygonal City 7: Adelaide

Polygonal City 8: Kas

Polygonal City 9: Frankston

Polygonal City 10: Albert Park

Polygonal City 11: Bendigo

Polygonal City 12: Echuca

Polygonal City 13: Oakleigh

Polygonal City 14: Bendigo

Polygonal City 15: Frankston

Polygonal City 16: Broken Hill

Polygonal City 17: Westall

Polygonal City 18: Cranbourne

Polygonal City 19: Endeavour Hills

Polygonal City 20: Ballarat

Polygonal City 21: Sorrento

Polygonal City 22: Pearcedale

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