Industrial Places


A good friend of mine just sent me a tweet about a web page she found. It is the official blog of photographer Alastair Philip Wiper. As I said in one of my previous post I am not a professional photographer nor it is my hobby. So, he might be a really famous person out there but still I have no idea about him! The only think I know for sure is that he captures my mind for more than 2 hours now!

He has a wide portfolio range but for me the industrial places are the ones that triggered my attention. From CERN in Switcherland to anechoic chambers for antenna testing and from print factories in England to metro (or subway or tube depending of the region you are living) construction under the surface of the earth.

As he describes at the about section of his blog his is an English photographer based in Copenhagen and working worldwide. His work concentrates on industry, science, architecture, and anything that goes on “behind the scenes”. The infrastructure, the strange technology inside industrial estates, or those gargantuan buildings by the side of the motorway. Well, we have a few common points of interest here!

Some of his clients are: CERN, Galleries Lafayette, Gestalten, Henrik Vibskov, Novozymes, Secret Cinema, S.N.S. Herning, Sipsmith Distillery, Technical University of Denmark, Frontier Medical Group, Euroman, Politiken, Berlingske Tidende, N Magazine, University of Southampton, Corduroy Magazine and many more.


Keep doing the same amazing work Mr Alastair Philip Wiper! I don’t know you but you have a special place at my bookmarks now! Beautiful photos from industrial places that making our world move around

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