Artists Frank Bayh and Steff Rosenberger-Ochs captured these fascinating images of a German tent city erected as a protest against Stuttgart 21—a controversial 4.1 billion Euro railway and urban development project slated to be the largest in Europe. The mesmerizing collection of images documents the protestors' temporary structures, improvised from a variety of found materials and placed at the location of the future development.
Stuttgart 21 protestors in Germany erected a tent city to protest against one of Europe's largest rail and urban development projects
The tents are buttressed with all kinds of found and recycled materials
Umbrellas, tarps, and shipping pallets are among the objects used
Each tent has a colorful, individual flair
But the collection of tents serves a communal goal: to derail Stuttgart 21
The tents are gone now, but the photographers won all kinds of awards for this fascinating series of images