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Urbex | Photographer: Robert Jack ImagesCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Robert Jack Images

Category: Urbex Photographer: Robert Jack Images Photo: “School’s Out Forever” Abandoned schools always get my interest when it comes to urban exploration. This photograph, by Robert Jack, is stunning because of the minimalism present. Very little do you see a clean area

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Urbex | Photographer: Jim SollowsCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Jim Sollows

Category: Urbex Photographer: Jim Sollows Photo: “Abandoned” Old homes like these are a great reminder of the past. This two-story home in Fort Langley, British Columbia, is captured beautifully in black and white, with the white snow and dark trees really making

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Urbex | Photographer: Thomas ClarkCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Thomas Clark

Category: Urbex Photographer: Thomas Clark Photo: “Untitled” What appears to be an old diner, Thomas’ photograph captures the outside weed growth starting to take over the structure. The structure looks like it was kept up nicely, with the windows and aluminum still

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Urbex | Photographer: Joe DzikiewiczCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Joe Dzikiewicz

Category: Urbex Photographer: Joe Dzikiewicz Photo: “Abandoned Cell” Closed in 1996, this photograph was taken at the Lorton Workhouse in Lorton, VA. According to the photographer, since its closure as a prison, much of it has been converted to artist studios, but

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Urbex | Photographer: Davide IbizaCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Davide Ibiza

Category: Urbex Photographer: Davide Ibiza Photo: “23 dic 2018 Urbex Sardegna” This photograph, taken in the Sardinia region in Italy, showcases what appears to be chemicals in an abandoned room. What I love here is the depth of field, as well as

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A Primer in Urban Exploration

UrbEx and Me Growing up in New York City gave me a very strong appreciation for architecture. After all, I was surrounded by some of the grandest and most densely packed buildings on the planet. However, that appreciation didn’t fully

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Urbex | Photographer: Jim SollowsCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Jim Sollows

Category: Urbex Photographer: Jim Sollows Photo: “Abandoned” Old homes like these are a great reminder of the past. This two-story home in Fort Langley, British Columbia, is captured beautifully in black and white, with the white snow and dark trees really making

Read More
Urbex | Photographer: Thomas ClarkCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Thomas Clark

Category: Urbex Photographer: Thomas Clark Photo: “Untitled” What appears to be an old diner, Thomas’ photograph captures the outside weed growth starting to take over the structure. The structure looks like it was kept up nicely, with the windows and aluminum still

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Urbex | Photographer: Joe DzikiewiczCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Joe Dzikiewicz

Category: Urbex Photographer: Joe Dzikiewicz Photo: “Abandoned Cell” Closed in 1996, this photograph was taken at the Lorton Workhouse in Lorton, VA. According to the photographer, since its closure as a prison, much of it has been converted to artist studios, but

Read More
Urbex | Photographer: Davide IbizaCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Davide Ibiza

Category: Urbex Photographer: Davide Ibiza Photo: “23 dic 2018 Urbex Sardegna” This photograph, taken in the Sardinia region in Italy, showcases what appears to be chemicals in an abandoned room. What I love here is the depth of field, as well as

Read More
urbexarticle copy

A Primer in Urban Exploration

UrbEx and Me Growing up in New York City gave me a very strong appreciation for architecture. After all, I was surrounded by some of the grandest and most densely packed buildings on the planet. However, that appreciation didn’t fully

Read More

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