Warunkiewicz sees the urban world as a visual composition of discrete graphics. Man-made structures are interpreted as flat shapes on a page; a balance of light, dark, shape, and texture. Emphasis is placed on form, structure, and pure geometry by isolating sections from their context. At first these structures are rational, pristine, and isolated from nature. As they decay, textures and shapes defy their rationalist origins to become more naturally complex and strangely personified.