Watch as artist Mick Victor captures the 'chaotic order' of an urban landscape.

Watch as artist Mick Victor captures the 'chaotic order' of an urban landscape. This short film comes from director Roman Arriola and the production company SnowGlobe Studios.

Via The Atlantic.

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