Fan Ho’s photographic style captures moments within the crevices of Hong Kong street life. Captured between the 1950s and 60s, his most celebrated images show his ability to convey complex narratives within a single composition.
Capturing the essence of street life in Harlem, NY, photographer and filmmaker Khalik Allah produces vibrant portraits of the variety of characters who inhabit the city. Exploding with personality, these images offer a rare insight into the people who pass through the corner of 125th St and Lexington Avenue.
The salvaged vintage neon signs on display in the Neon Boneyard in Las Vegas offer a real treat for typography enthusiasts. Part junk yard, part museum and part art gallery, these images demonstrate how beautifully designed are the eye candy created to part punters with their holiday cash.
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