Atmospheric Photographs of cars in NYC 1974 – 1976

Langdon Clay’s (b. 1949) atmospheric photographs of cars in New York City, taken between 1974 and 1976, capture an era’s aesthetic. Despite their stylised quality, the pieces were created using natural lighting and evoked the mystique and magic of icons fixed in time.

Source: Contemporary Melodrama

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