In a stunning series of analog shots, German-born photographer André Josselin effortlessly transports viewers to the gritty and smog-filled streets of Hong Kong. Maintaining a focus on color, clustered environments, and overwhelming architectural structures, the curated photo series is definitely worth a browse.

Inspired by Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049 and Rupert Sanders' Ghost in the Shell, a selection of the shots were formed in partnership with Mercedes Benz. Shot on a Leica M240 with a 35mm lens, the photos easily capture the effects of sound, contrasts in light and the constant feeling of restlessness.

In addition to the series, Josselin produced a two and a half minute spot for the German car company, which only serves to bring the images to life. To check out a selection of Josselin's Hong Kong series, have a flick through the gallery above.

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