As London's coronavirus lockdown started to ease, I took an early-morning walk each day round my local north London neighbourhoods of Hoxton, Shoreditch and Islington, photographing all the best examples of coronavirus street art I could find. I've complied my better photographs into a poster collage, which you can enlarge to study the art's detail if you wish. I'm still adding to the collection too. [more inside]
In 2017, I spent 87 days in Oliva, Spain. I took 1000s of photos of tool sheds and utility boxes in various states of function and decay. These are my 108 favorites.
Ever since 1996, I've been visiting the corner of New York City's Houston Street and Avenue B to photograph the ever-changing murals on the site. In that time, the corner's hosted graffiti memorials to Elisa Izquierdo, Selena Perez, Princess Diana, Celia Cruz and Pope John Paul II. More recently, these have given way to ads for bands like Aventura, Nenes Con Estylo and Lois Aidas. You can find my photographs of all these murals and a few thoughts on the site's changing nature at the link above.