In this series titled New York City: Then and Now, photographer and historian Marc Hermann overlaps black and white crime scenes with the same exact locations as they exist today. He says, “My inspiration is drawn not from fictional characters, but rather from the real people who documented life in New York through the mid-20th century.”
To create each compilation, Hermann relied on Daily News Pix, a photo archive of the New York Daily News across the years. He pulled historic crime scenes of fires, plane crashes, gas explosions, suicides, and murders, and perfectly blended them with the colorful scenes of today. Each memorable moment will have New Yorkers thinking twice about the places in which they work, live, and reside.
Historic Compilations of NYC Crime Scenes by http://www.marchermann.com/
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In this series titled New York City: Then and Now, photographer and historian Marc Hermann overlaps black and white crime scenes with the same exact locations as they exist today. He says, “My inspiration is drawn not from fictional characters, but rather from the real people who documented life in New York through the mid-20th century.”
To create each compilation, Hermann relied on Daily News Pix, a photo archive of the New York Daily News across the years. He pulled historic crime scenes of fires, plane crashes, gas explosions, suicides, and murders, and perfectly blended them with the colorful scenes of today. Each memorable moment will have New Yorkers thinking twice about the places in which they work, live, and reside.
Historic Compilations of NYC Crime Scenes by http://www.marchermann.com/
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In this series titled New York City: Then and Now, photographer and historian Marc Hermann overlaps black and white crime scenes with the same exact locations as they exist today. He says, “My inspiration is drawn not from fictional characters, but rather from the real people who documented life in New York through the mid-20th century.”
To create each compilation, Hermann relied on Daily News Pix, a photo archive of the New York Daily News across the years. He pulled historic crime scenes of fires, plane crashes, gas explosions, suicides, and murders, and perfectly blended them with the colorful scenes of today. Each memorable moment will have New Yorkers thinking twice about the places in which they work, live, and reside.
Historic Compilations of NYC Crime Scenes by http://www.marchermann.com/
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In this series titled New York City: Then and Now, photographer and historian Marc Hermann overlaps black and white crime scenes with the same exact locations as they exist today. He says, “My inspiration is drawn not from fictional characters, but rather from the real people who documented life in New York through the mid-20th century.”
To create each compilation, Hermann relied on Daily News Pix, a photo archive of the New York Daily News across the years. He pulled historic crime scenes of fires, plane crashes, gas explosions, suicides, and murders, and perfectly blended them with the colorful scenes of today. Each memorable moment will have New Yorkers thinking twice about the places in which they work, live, and reside.
Historic Compilations of NYC Crime Scenes by http://www.marchermann.com/
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In this series titled New York City: Then and Now, photographer and historian Marc Hermann overlaps black and white crime scenes with the same exact locations as they exist today. He says, “My inspiration is drawn not from fictional characters, but rather from the real people who documented life in New York through the mid-20th century.”
To create each compilation, Hermann relied on Daily News Pix, a photo archive of the New York Daily News across the years. He pulled historic crime scenes of fires, plane crashes, gas explosions, suicides, and murders, and perfectly blended them with the colorful scenes of today. Each memorable moment will have New Yorkers thinking twice about the places in which they work, live, and reside.
Historic Compilations of NYC Crime Scenes by http://www.marchermann.com/
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In this series titled New York City: Then and Now, photographer and historian Marc Hermann overlaps black and white crime scenes with the same exact locations as they exist today. He says, “My inspiration is drawn not from fictional characters, but rather from the real people who documented life in New York through the mid-20th century.”
To create each compilation, Hermann relied on Daily News Pix, a photo archive of the New York Daily News across the years. He pulled historic crime scenes of fires, plane crashes, gas explosions, suicides, and murders, and perfectly blended them with the colorful scenes of today. Each memorable moment will have New Yorkers thinking twice about the places in which they work, live, and reside.
Historic Compilations of NYC Crime Scenes by http://www.marchermann.com/
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In this series titled New York City: Then and Now, photographer and historian Marc Hermann overlaps black and white crime scenes with the same exact locations as they exist today. He says, “My inspiration is drawn not from fictional characters, but rather from the real people who documented life in New York through the mid-20th century.”

To create each compilation, Hermann relied on Daily News Pix, a photo archive of the New York Daily News across the years. He pulled historic crime scenes of fires, plane crashes, gas explosions, suicides, and murders, and perfectly blended them with the colorful scenes of today. Each memorable moment will have New Yorkers thinking twice about the places in which they work, live, and reside.

Historic Compilations of NYC Crime Scenes by http://www.marchermann.com/

Photographer Tom Olesnevich created this awesome series of photos while riding in New York City. The photos were taken with a Nikon D40 attached to the bike’s frame with a GorillaPod and triggered with a remote, Olesnevich told PetaPixel.
NYC by Bike: Photo Series by http://www.tomolesnevich.com/
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Photographer Tom Olesnevich created this awesome series of photos while riding in New York City. The photos were taken with a Nikon D40 attached to the bike’s frame with a GorillaPod and triggered with a remote, Olesnevich told PetaPixel.
NYC by Bike: Photo Series by http://www.tomolesnevich.com/
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Photographer Tom Olesnevich created this awesome series of photos while riding in New York City. The photos were taken with a Nikon D40 attached to the bike’s frame with a GorillaPod and triggered with a remote, Olesnevich told PetaPixel.
NYC by Bike: Photo Series by http://www.tomolesnevich.com/
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Photographer Tom Olesnevich created this awesome series of photos while riding in New York City. The photos were taken with a Nikon D40 attached to the bike’s frame with a GorillaPod and triggered with a remote, Olesnevich told PetaPixel.
NYC by Bike: Photo Series by http://www.tomolesnevich.com/
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Photographer Tom Olesnevich created this awesome series of photos while riding in New York City. The photos were taken with a Nikon D40 attached to the bike’s frame with a GorillaPod and triggered with a remote, Olesnevich told PetaPixel.

NYC by Bike: Photo Series by http://www.tomolesnevich.com/

Back to the Future is one of the greatest iconic films of the 80’s. Aside from the two brilliant actors, Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, the DeLorean took center stage as the duo time traveled through different periods in the history of Hill Valley, California.
One could only imagine the delight of fans who would get picked up in this taxi by fashion brand Nooka. Designer Mike Lubrano says he created the conceptual taxi because thy have “come to symbolize the future” and communicate the brand’s “futuristic philosophy.”
A DeLorean as an Iconic New York City Yellow Taxi Cab by http://mikelubrano.com/
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Back to the Future is one of the greatest iconic films of the 80’s. Aside from the two brilliant actors, Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, the DeLorean took center stage as the duo time traveled through different periods in the history of Hill Valley, California.
One could only imagine the delight of fans who would get picked up in this taxi by fashion brand Nooka. Designer Mike Lubrano says he created the conceptual taxi because thy have “come to symbolize the future” and communicate the brand’s “futuristic philosophy.”
A DeLorean as an Iconic New York City Yellow Taxi Cab by http://mikelubrano.com/
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Back to the Future is one of the greatest iconic films of the 80’s. Aside from the two brilliant actors, Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, the DeLorean took center stage as the duo time traveled through different periods in the history of Hill Valley, California.
One could only imagine the delight of fans who would get picked up in this taxi by fashion brand Nooka. Designer Mike Lubrano says he created the conceptual taxi because thy have “come to symbolize the future” and communicate the brand’s “futuristic philosophy.”
A DeLorean as an Iconic New York City Yellow Taxi Cab by http://mikelubrano.com/
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Back to the Future is one of the greatest iconic films of the 80’s. Aside from the two brilliant actors, Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, the DeLorean took center stage as the duo time traveled through different periods in the history of Hill Valley, California.
One could only imagine the delight of fans who would get picked up in this taxi by fashion brand Nooka. Designer Mike Lubrano says he created the conceptual taxi because thy have “come to symbolize the future” and communicate the brand’s “futuristic philosophy.”
A DeLorean as an Iconic New York City Yellow Taxi Cab by http://mikelubrano.com/
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Back to the Future is one of the greatest iconic films of the 80’s. Aside from the two brilliant actors, Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, the DeLorean took center stage as the duo time traveled through different periods in the history of Hill Valley, California.

One could only imagine the delight of fans who would get picked up in this taxi by fashion brand Nooka. Designer Mike Lubrano says he created the conceptual taxi because thy have “come to symbolize the future” and communicate the brand’s “futuristic philosophy.”

A DeLorean as an Iconic New York City Yellow Taxi Cab by http://mikelubrano.com/