Seven years ago, Andrew Faris took a lot of brilliant and unique Polaroid photos of New York City. Recently he revisited his stacks of Polaroids and started to share them as the “New York City Polaroid Project”.
“This project began Spring 2003. At the time, I had just graduated from Kent State University and was ready for a new adventure. So I moved to NYC with my new acquired diploma and my parent’s Polaroid camera.” (Andrew Faris)
What I like most about his image collection is the extravagant way of shooting details on the streets, the colors and the versatility of scenes. Switching through the photos never gets boring!
A must for all New York lovers, street photographers or Polaroid nerds…
Take a look on nycpp.com!