New York-based, Italian born photographer and graphic designer Paolo Pettigiani has recently captured a surprising collection of pictures of Central Park’s landscape, in a series named Infrared NYC.

Using a infrared-aerochrome film photo which reverses the real colors to transform them into red, pink, the artist shows the park under a new perspective. The usual green grass and trees are transformed into a bright cotton candy pink which vividly contrasts with the aquamarine sky. Head over to Paolo Pettigiani’s official website for a look at more captivating photography projects. You can also follow him on Instagram here.

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all images © Paolo Pettigiani