The Palermo Viejo Series by Eduardo Fialho is Rusty and Beautiful

By: Sarah Robson - Published: Jun 22, 2012 • References: cargocollective &
The Palermo Viejo series by the Brazilian artistic director Eduardo Fialho will bring you back in time. Fialho attended the School of Creative Brother in Buenos Aires, Argentina after receiving his MBA in Marketing from the University of Pernambuco.

He has captured various vintage cars in Buenos Aires that are abandoned on the streets. Each photo is simply of the body of the cars, which are all a little banged up. The cars have flat tires, multi-colored panels, graffiti, chipped paint and are rusty, but have still kept their beauty.

These retro cars are very interesting, and even though they are stranded, they still are distinct with their vintage glamor. The photos capture a glimpse of the old-school Brazilian cars that were once dominating the streets in South America. Stats for Abandoned Vintage Automobiles Trending: Older & Buzzing
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