Stark Portraits of Empty City Streets at Night

Cities are most calm or eerie during that hazy, twilight hour depending on who you ask. But during the evening, cities are usually still crawling with people — which is why Andreas Levers’ photos of empty streets at night are so haunting. The Potsdam-based artist, who we first learned about on This is Colossal, focuses on architectural elements that emerge from the murky darkness. Seeing normally bustling highways and train stations completely devoid of people is unnerving. Check out more of Levers’ work in our gallery.