Instagram doesn’t really do justice to Markus Brunetti’s photo of Basilica Cattedrale di San Ciriaco in Ancona, Italy - in person it’s ten feet tall. The hyper-detailed image arguably reveals more of the structure than seeing it in person—stonework visible only to birds is recorded in sharp, smoothly-lit detail. Composed of many hundreds of smaller photos that are digitally cleaned, straightened and stripped of modern interference before being stitched together, Brunetti’s image allows a clear view of the structure’s carvings. In 2005, the German artist set out to travel Europe in a truck specially fitted for the project, photographing cathedrals and sacred spaces from Germany to Portugal for a decade. The resulting series, FACADES, is on view at @YossiMilo until October 17. Follow the link in our profile to read an interview with Brunetti and see more from the series at #PDNONLINE.