It is the age of fast foods and late night snacking, which the photo series titled Eiterquellen by Stefan Fuertbauer captures quite beautifully. Filled with neon lights and what seems to be remote diners because of the darkness that threatens to swallow them whole, these eateries are light glowing beacons to the hungry.
Although some may guess that the photo series Eiterquellen by Stefan Fuertbauer takes place in America, it actually focuses on a unique aspect of Viennese culture. These diners were established in the 1870s in order to ensure the financial security of returning war veterans. Although they have taken a life of their own since, the series Eiterquellen by Stefan Fuertbauer continues to have a historical pull.
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