Gregor Graf is currently exhibiting a series of works at the Austrian Cultural Forum called ‘Hidden Town’. In it, he’s used photoshop to remove all traces of signage and language from photographs of London Streets. So you end up with images stripped off people, traffic, street signs and all commercial paraphernalia. As a result, once familiar streets become barely recognisable. The effect it has is strangely unsettling – not just because there’s no people and cars, but because without all the signage and commercial embellishments the streets just look so…well different.