Italian Greek and American flags along with the American Bald Eagle represent the proud communities that once populated Astoria and Long Island City.
A first in a series to come that is set to examine the psychology behind the aesthetics of execution facilities. This one is based on the last, still operating, execution by a gun facility in the United States. Nothing is a coincidence when the sandbags, platform, chair and straps are all painted black and then placed in a bleak white room. The design echoes the sadistic mind facilitating the execution
When billions of images are made every year, we are mislead to think that everything that can be photographed already was photographed.
"Foliage deals with the fetish and romanticism of the Fall season. Specially regarding the medium of photography where depictions of foliage that represent the Fall are printed on paper - which is ironic, amusing and also sad…”
In a city of 10,000,000 people with long and rich cultural history it is hard to find unmarked and unclaimed grounds. On the thin margins of the five boroughs where concrete still doesn't meet the water or sun umbrellas the sand the soil under is still up for grabs.
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“This picture was taken as I thought we've already crossed New Jersey to Pennsylvania right after sunrise in a foggy late spring morning. My phone location tagging proved me wrong… “
“If my idea would have worked the picture would have failed. If the circle was perfect the image would not work. If not for the mistake in the exposure it wouldn't be the same. If not for wanting desperately to save this picture it would have been forsaken…”
“This is a more subtle version of my Pepsi Cola Sign miniature. I recreated the famous Pepsi Cola sign from chipboard standing on wood sticks as columns. This view once marked the journey of photographers to the gritty parts of the city...”