You can produce this type of photography by photographing graffiti close-up as Aaron Siskind did back in the mid-twentieth century. Another way you can create abstract photography is by photographing moving water with a reflection on it. That’s what I did here in this image of a fountain in the Met Museum in NYC.
A side of the building was reflected on the water. As the water moved, the design changed. I took several shots at different focal lengths. The shots that were taken close-up came out the best.