Mesmerising metro photography

2014 saw Montreal-based photographer, Chris Forsyth start his Montreal Metro Project, which set out to explore his daily urban environment. During his daily commute to college he captured photos of the 1960’s stations and shared them on Instagram alongside #mtmetroproject. Before long visitors and fellow Montreal residents began building a photographic archive of the city’s 68 metro stations.

After winning International Photographer of the Year in 2015 Forsyth turned his interest to Europe for a 14 day whistle stop tour of Europe’s metro offerings. He ventured to Munich, Berlin, Stockholm, Hamburg and Prague and started sharing his photos via #themetroproject on Instagram. What followed was a colour packed flurry of photographs that showcased the innovative architecture of these functional and busy spaces, and it’s simply mesmerising…

Moscow, London, Washington DC and Naples are next on Forsyth’s list. Follow @chrismforsyth on Instagram for more, or visit his website.

Image used to in the headline from 

The Chromologist


The Chromologist is a colour whisperer. He understands and knows them better than they know themselves, translating their pleas to be used beautifully for humankind. It's unknown from whence he came. Some say the fraction of space between a prism and a spectrum, others say he toiled in the fabled colour mines of Svalbard for years untold, deep underground, speaking only to the reds and blues, cerises and aquas, bronze and golds...

The Chromologist 2018 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist