In our everyday lives, we’re surrounded by street culture. The mirrors, the people, the display windows in stores, the architecture, the noise and joyful sounds of life – sometime even our pain and grief – make a museum of street culture. It reflects the way that life is ever-changing.
Some of the photos were taken in and around New York during the Eighties. All show the special color tones captured on analog film (far from the precision of today’s digital memories). That adds charm to the period, the mood and the landscapes that have long passed us by.