Just because he was handsome doesn’t make this photograph any less awkward for F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Store Front (Mini) - The Disappearing Face of New York
James T. Murray
Photographer duo James and Karla Murray bring the lens of retrostalgia to New York City’s morphing landscape of mom-and-pop shops. For eight years, the Murrays shot the facades of hundred of stores, more than half of which are now gone.
From the retrotastic typographic signage to the beautiful vintage color schemes, these storefronts are priceless time-capsules of an era as faded as their paint coats, haunting ghosts caught in the machine of progress.
Florida spaces. Winter Park Mall.
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Which has been demolished and replaced by the Winter Park Village, which I would say really isn’t all that successful.