Ivo Mayr is a German photographer that plays with gravity and angles. In 2007 he made an artistic portrait of the city of Koblenz. He took the two most important things, the architecture and the people that live in it and combined the two together. He found the people in the streets and portrayed them detached from the ground, hanging and floating. He named the images Passanten, which means "Passers-Bye". Via 500photographers.