DEFEND NEW ORLEANS

Happy Labor Day! Just a reminder that we’re closed today. #middendorfs #latergram

vintagetravels:

Cabildo Alley, New Orleans, 1951

urbanartsociety-nola:

The messages that have been left behind. #9yrs

#artinabandon

From Destroy This Memory © Richard Misrach

Ferrara Supermarket, 2005. One of the oldest family-owned grocery stores in New Orleans until it was ruined by Hurricane Katrina.

thisisdino:

beautiful views from abandoned buildings - new orleans, la
thisisdino:

beautiful views from abandoned buildings - new orleans, la

thisisdino:

beautiful views from abandoned buildings - new orleans, la

taylorbell28:

In case you ever wanted to know where the dead signs go, it’s Lafitte Ave in midcity.

Space Rites, an interactive installation and community performance series.

Space Rites opens Sunday, October 26th as a satellite project of CANO: Creative Spaces and Prospect.3, international art biennial.

Learn more about the project on their Kickstarter page.

louismaistros:

Urban decay New Orleans style. France and Rampart Streets, August 3, 2014. Copyright 2014 by Louis Maistros

louismaistros:

Kindness. Mardi Gras day, New Orleans, February 24, 2009. Copyright 2009 by Louis Maistros.

christylorio:

Bargain Center, New Orleans. 
I was taking photos of the building when the gentleman just started posing, so naturally I had to take his photo. Before I even asked him for his name, he blurted out “Elvis” and his phone number. christylorio:

Bargain Center, New Orleans. 
I was taking photos of the building when the gentleman just started posing, so naturally I had to take his photo. Before I even asked him for his name, he blurted out “Elvis” and his phone number. christylorio:

Bargain Center, New Orleans. 
I was taking photos of the building when the gentleman just started posing, so naturally I had to take his photo. Before I even asked him for his name, he blurted out “Elvis” and his phone number. christylorio:

Bargain Center, New Orleans. 
I was taking photos of the building when the gentleman just started posing, so naturally I had to take his photo. Before I even asked him for his name, he blurted out “Elvis” and his phone number.

christylorio:

Bargain Center, New Orleans. 

I was taking photos of the building when the gentleman just started posing, so naturally I had to take his photo. Before I even asked him for his name, he blurted out “Elvis” and his phone number.

marissafancycam:

Abandoned power plant in New Orleans, Lousiana

New pocket notebooks now available in #dotgrid