The iconic means of communication, a lifeline, the beginning of many adventures, a source of hope, salvation, fury, frustration, and every other emotion imaginable, the public payphone.
This set of phones used to reside on the corner of 43rd and Broadway in the midst of Times Square. This photograph was taken in 2002. The red lights reflected in the back panel are from neon signs. Now long gone.
This is an archival pigment print on a beautiful lustre paper. Limited edition, signed and numbered on the back of the print. It is shipped in a tube. N.B. If you would like to receive your photograph framed that can easily be arranged. Please contact me to choose a framing option.