Artist's description:

Detroit's population has dropped so drastically since the 1950's that it can no longer support the magnificent churches and cathedrals once built during more prosperous times. Walking through the abandoned, decaying buildings brings intense sadness over the loss of these architectural jewels. The floors are covered in broken plaster, glass, mold and bird droppings. After my first excursion with the urban explorers of Detroit, I took off my new hiking boots and left them in the garage. They will never again enter my home, no matter what I scrub them with. I now call them my "hazmat boots," and wear them only when on urban decay photo shoots.

This photo is printed on Luster photo paper for rich colors.

Materials used:

Luster Photo Paper

The Last Word (2014)


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This artwork is sold by Pat Eisenberger from United States

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