Photos by John Battaglia.
film noir, beautiful.
OMG thats exactly what i thought as i scrolled down until i saw your comment! ^^, and yes they are beautiful
Wow first reminds me of just how lovely my home, NYC, is!
reminds me of boogie / artcoup.com
also a ton of motion in these shots, almost looks like a video at first glance.
Wow, amazing classic black and white photos. Have that great timeless quality to them.
I lovvvee the contrast and compositions. i esp. love #’s 2 and 4. Def. have a classic feel!
Whats Ian Curtis doing these days?
The contrast is driving me insane.
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