Not often I like (or see the point) having models in urban exploration photography. This time it works. I like the piano too. Reposting from Flickr. (Yahoo was blocking the link to the photo. But it was available to download. So, something odd about the direct link).
Category: "Urban Exploration"
Sasha Kurmaz is a Kiev-born photographer. In his 2013 book, Concrete & Sex, the artist reveals that his personal interest in architecture stems from his graffiti background, where he trekked the city in search of good locations for his art. “While walking, I kept looking over the city. This is the magic of these brutal shapes; functionality, and a frank expression of materiality,” he says. “During these trips I have always done pictures to remember the place and go back at night to paint – sometimes I just shoot the landscapes of the city.”Via dazeddigital.com
Source: THE KENTUCKY FILES: Whiskey Row and Club LATEX I guess this is what happens when groups break up or run out of active members. Kind of sad, it became it's own dirty little secret.
How many scantily clad women have been abandoned this way? I found this photo via Flickr (the urban exploration group I moderate). Here are these women, posing in bikinis for their photo to appear on the cover of a publication. Is it something relevant to women in bikinis? Not so likely. But there it is... thrown out, discarded and forgotten about. Does it make you feel at least a bit sad? Urban (and rural) explorers find old pornography magazines at abandoned houses (and not just houses). Most of it is deteriorated due to weathering, animals, time, etc. I don't know if anyone saves any of it. Not so likely. Photo from Flickr: Julien Lefebvre
Posing nude, but for shoes, at an old building. Not sure this is abandoned or what the building is really. Source: Amor Sexus