Cuban televisions sets, photos by Simone Lueck.
they come across like strange invaders from space
wow, those look splendid! It always nice to see whats it like in another country, a bonus when its beautifully shot and a festive of colour!
wow! incredible work
wow, now this is an amazing series, really genius.
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extremely nice!! Very powerful and interesting subject.
The second picture is just pure awesomeness, wow, incredible.
wow! some visually stimulating pictures telling a story… great find Jeff! need some more of this on boooooooooom
Amazing subject, very interesting, work of art. believe it or not some of these pics takes me back a bit, thanks for sharing.
What about the care with the TV’s working frequencies? None of the screens has those black stripes! Awesome!
so sick. i love it all. nicely done!
completely amazing. a really nice change of pace. there are so many bizarre layers of viewership going on here.
I love the first picture with the empty chair, it looks like something ordinary as a tv becomes a religious light. Beautiful.
This series definitely makes me feel like they were taken in space or some far off place. Beautiful images -tys
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wow. these are sooo good. and to think my parents lived like that
These are way cool.
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