This long shuttered fabric treatment and dying facility is typical of many East Coast industrial complexes that were built to serve a number of wars and a growing America. It’s a patchwork of buildings, areas, processes, catwalks and huge machinery, such as walk-in Autoclaves . You have fabric treatment next to fabric dying, next to fabric drying – giant machines, many of them with open flames, pits of solvents and bolts of fabric all butted up against one another – a sure recipe for disaster under any circumstance and if all of the signage in the plant is any indication – fires were a regular occurrence.read more
Another look at what is happening to America’s industrial resources.read more
Abandoned America_2 is out and it is sure to strike joy into the hearts of those who enjoy abandonment & dereliction.
You can get it here on Blurb and as with all of the Abandoned America Series, I wil only print 100 of them and then – they are gone!
I will be happy to sign your edition at no charge and will arrange that with you through email, post purchase.
Thanks for the support folks!read more
I have compiled my first images from my Psych Hospital visits (ha!) into a Blurb offering.
Bless the internet and it’s myriad of creative support service Companies like Blurb that allow artists to self publish.
i hope you enjoy this first, limited edition picture book.