Balint Alovits is a talented 26-year-old photography student from Budapest, Hungary. He has created stunning series of Bauhaus spiral staircases, titled Time Machine, and Undiscovered series of landscapes. Balint is interested in the Bauhaus which was a common form of architecture in Budapest between 1930 and 1948. Large residential buildings, cinemas, churches and even an airport was built in this style. Standing at the base of the spiral staircases in several Bauhaus buildings around Budapest, Balint captured time traveling staircases, producing an almost hypnotic winding circle as they fade upward into infinity. He carefully centered the pictures to get the complete effect of the staircases climbing spirals. In the second series of photographs, Balint travels to Madeira Island, Portugal to see the true faces of nature that have never been captured before. Since practically all climate zones are found on this small island, Madeira’s flora is extremely rich. Living beings that can be found only in Africa, South America and The Canary Islands are here on one island. The series focuses on the contrast of living skeletons, evergreen plants and seemingly infertile landscapes that still feed animals. There are no roads or paths that lead to these spots – it takes long car rides and exhausting hikes to see them. That’s why they are still Undiscovered.