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#seriescocacola

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Published by:
Leah Frances
Published:
8/12/2016
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
72 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Photography
Tags:
americana, coca-cola, interiors, new jersey, new orleans, new york, Pennsylvania, photography, portraits, Roadside, roadside architecture, street photography, texas, the built environment, vintage signs

This zine, #seriescocacola, contains 36 images which accidentally captured the ubiquitous Coca-Cola logo—so much a part of the American zeitgeist, it became like the "Where's Waldo" of this series. Limited to 50, first-edition copies.

A Canadian photographer based in Brooklyn, NY, Leah Frances (@americansquares) focuses her eye on the built American landscape. Raised on a steady diet of mid-century American cinema, she is interested in the distance between ideas of “Americanness” as formed by our interaction with media—primarily books, film and television—and the actual reality of daily life. She searches out the remnants of America’s Golden Age as they exist today.

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