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American Photographer Turns Beirut Into A Minimalist Candy Land

Matt Crump is a photographer from Austin, Texas. He is famous for his minimalist style and his signature use of surreal candy colors. Using photoshop, Matt turned Beirut into a candy land.

His work, which is titled #minimalbeirut, was displayed at Beirut Design Week. Wouldn’t it be cool if these were Beirut’s real colors?

Place de l’Etoile

Martyrs’ Square

Ferris wheel



The Egg

Roadster Diner

Cathedral of Saint Elias and Saint Gregory the Illuminator

Mohammad Al Amin Mosque

Candy Café

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Candy café #minimalbeirut

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I Love Beirut 

Lebanese buildings

Lebanese house

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American Photographer Turns Beirut Into A Minimalist Candy Land

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