Dimitri Bourriau, who also goes by the name of his brand Jahz (JahzDesign) is a “multifaceted self-taught artist” based in France. His freelance artworks cover, among other things: design, fashion and photography.
His latest series centers Buzludzha, “Bulgaria’s abandoned Soviet spaceship”, as he calls it.
Buzludzha is a holy place for photographers around the world, who sometimes cross the ocean just to get a chance at capturing the mysterious architectural structure.
The monument was built by the Bulgarian communist regime back in the `70s and it commemorated the events organized by the socialist movement that led to the founding of Bulgarian Communist Party.
Buzludzha’s unique, unbelievable architectural looks, its UFO-like shape and the fact that it sits abandoned on a mountain in the middle of nowhere definitely contributed to its charm.
During his recent visit to Bulgaria, Dimitri captured the monument in all its splendor, adding some of his juju to the freezing-cold, eye-opening pictures.
Check more of his artworks here.
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