Since 2015, Neal Peterson has been photographing iconic cities and composing kaleidoscopic collages for his mandala-inspired series. Each city captures a unique tone with photos ranging from architecture and public art to local vegetation and graffiti.

    A "mandala" has many definitions. It can include any geometric pattern set within a circle such as a stained glass window. Others consider mandalas to be positive, instructional symbols within a dream. One of the primary inspirations for Peterson's project came from Tibetan Buddhist Sand Mandalas [Wikipedia], which represent the cosmos and its impermanence. In Peterson's artwork, pixels replace sand to honor the idea that everything is connected—all is one and one is all.

    Artist Favorites: Amsterdam, Miami, Oakland, Paris, Rotterdam
    Collector Favorites: Amsterdam, Denver, Minneapolis, Paris, Reykjavik