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"Originally the idea for ‘Cities of Basketball’ sprung from a passion of basketball and a sheer love of travel. The project grew slowly as an outlet to distract from work related stress, but quickly developed into a never ending journey to document and portray basketball from cities around the world. With an anthropological mentality, I am interested in showing basketball as a global language. That these courts have a deep rooted history and reveal not only an aesthetic image, but represent a larger culture and platform being used on a daily basis. I believe that this project is never finished and has no deadline because 'Basketball Never Stops'."
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Born (1986) and bred in the northern part of Denmark, Kasper Nyman always had the desire to be creative. Kasper describes his process of a constant exploration of various crafts and just trying to have a blast in the process. He works within the fields of motion graphics art direction with a global mind-set and an aim to create something extraordinary in an ordinary world.