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Abandoned Franchise Photography
Ed Freeman Architecture Series Captures a Dismal Mundane Display


By: Erin Fox (Star) Dec 28, 12
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On the vast open road of the United States freeways lies a magnitude of open wastelands harbouring abandoned miniature francise buildings; the Architecture Photography by Ed Freeman invigorates the ambitions of the cold corporate world. From extinct Pizza Hut buildings to dismal McDonald’s huts, the photography from Ed Freeman is nothing shy of genius as he mashes together the beautiful surroundings of each deserted building.

This particular Desert Reality and Urban Reality series showcases the work ethic of the corporate world infused into the outback of the American highway wasteland. The Los Angeles based photographer is known for capturing a wide range of architecture-infused snaps as well as incorporating pop culture into each photo series.



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