Tod Seelie's prohibition photography series is inspired by New York in the 1920s. His latest project features 10 images of New York architecture and abandoned locations that are reflective of the iconic city and its rich history. The Brooklyn-based photographer captures isolated, desolate and graffiti clad structures that were once the prime locations for mobsters and prohibition criminals.
This prohibition photography series by Tod Seelie embodies its vintage inspiration and reveals a hidden and forgotten side of New York. The artist's series captivates its viewers and features images that capture remnants of the art deco era. His portraits capture abandoned spiral staircase and movie theaters that are fitted with gilded interiors and velvet seating, despite of not being open to the public.
Vintage Prohibition Photography
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