Swedish label Eytys celebrates diversity and multiculturalism in New York with a book, titled 'These Colors Don't Run.' The project combines the efforts of three writers and photographer Robert Lindholm, who strive to exhibit the scene and character of the city through relevant content and creative vintage-style collages. From shots of Mercedes buckles to the capturing of moments in the iconic New York subway, These Colors Don't Run is a tale of modern society, political intentions and cultural differences.
As the 112-page book celebrates diversity, Eytys' creative director Max Schiller explains that the inherent boundary-transgressive art would not be possible without the exciting tension of a heterogeneous, multicultural community."
Evidently a political publication, Eytys celebrates diversity in an open, educative and creative fashion.
Photo Credits: Robert Lindholm