We talk about the disintegration of national cultures and national identities. We live in a age were globalism and localism are constantly clashing. Yet we fail to notice the global culture that has already risen around us everywhere in the world. The culture we have built around global business in the last 200-years is able to instate itself wherever money changes hands. Its cultural aesthetic is one of glass and concrete, where larger is always better. In order to belong to this culture its citizens clad themselves in the same blue and black dress. Even the food found in communities of business parks around the world is the same, consisting of a diet of coffee, fast food and fine dining.



Places where rush and profit define cultural identity.



The forefront of globalism.

(Ongoing) Images from cities all around Europe