Tod Seelie's Prohibition-Inspired Photography is a vintage photography series that displays the artist's eerie images and an underbelly of New York in the 1920s. The series features 10, lush structural images by the Brooklyn photographer patterned with the new Cutty Sark Prohibition Edition to evoke the spirit of the era.
Seelies work reflects shared values with Cutty Sark in terms of mystery and enchantment. Each photo grants a private view into something historic and it's been touched with modernity.
Each photo exists outside of time and celebrates exploration, gracing the pages of many global publications. In this series he documents old, winding staircases, abandoned houses, graffiti-infested warehouses and even movie theatres. His photography takes you to places that have almost been forgotten.
20s Spiral Staircase Snapshots
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