Barcelona–based photographer Yosigo finds unexpected beauty amid some of the UAE’s kitschiest attractions.
Set inside Motiongate Dubai, a Hollywood–inspired theme park, Baby Brent’s Luncheonette fronts a surrealist design based on the animated movie “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs”.
A leaf–shaped telephone booth packs a heavy dose of nostalgia in Dubai.
45 kilometres south of downtown Abu Dhabi is the Emirates National Auto Museum, a pyramid–shaped complex that houses over 200 cars belonging to Sheikh Hamad Bin Hamdan Al Nahyan, including the conceptual Earth on Wheels, a 10–bedroom caravan in the shape of a globe that’s one–millionth the size of our planet.
Parked outside the ENAM pyramid, this white Mercedes Benz is one of the museum’s many vehicles that have been upgraded with Monster Truck tires.
Adjacent to Zabeel Park, one of the city’s largest parks, Dubai Garden Glow’s dinosaur park has over 120 animated, life–size dinosaurs on display, including this massive Diplodocus.