Between March and November 2006 NYC photographer Richard Howe has created a collection of photographs of every one of the about 11,000 street corners in Manhattan.
So far about half of these images are available through online galleries on his web site with more being added step-by-step.
From Richard Howe’s web site:
“…One of my intentions in undertaking The Manhattan Street Corners project was to catch the island at a single, if necessarily extended, moment in its history, which meant taking the photographs in the shortest time possible for me working alone.
I began photographing in mid-March, 2006, and finished in mid-November of that year. A total of 82 shooting days were required. About a third of the days in this eight month period were either unsuitable, weather-wise, for shooting, or were pre-empted by other obligations. The initial post-production work (downloading, backing up, provisional editing, etc.) following each shoot typically took up another whole day…”
Richard Howe’s web site
- Street life: Cardboard house paintings from Japan
- The Incredible Lightness of Being: Today Wall Street
- Outstanding Street Paintings
- Street-Art: Seeder
Japanese web site Cardboard-House-Painting has a set of galleries online with photographs of cardboard shelter paintings from people who lived on the street in Japan’s homeless city that was created around the Shinjuku Underground station’s in the mid-1990s. …Hundreds of cardboard houses grew up in the underground passageways of the west exit. On each of [...]
I guess there is not much that need to be said on what happened today at Wall Street. We dropped in charts of the leading stock indexes / average (DJIA & NASDAQ) for documentation.
Outstanding temporary street painting Photos: Max Borge via Flickr
A very interesting approach to street art seen in Lithuania. The artist Morfai is using a farmer statue – an image popular in many former communist countries – more precisely the shadow silhouette of the statue and adds to the wall on which the shadow is projected.