The Way to San Jose as Featured in The Modernist 35: JOURNEY

There’ll be the exciting pop of old advertising: massive billboards featuring consumer goods and services, high alters to both commerce and products-as-democracy: “A coke is a coke and no amount of money can get you a better coke.”


My creative side-hustle came in most useful during the lockdown in LA –

Wrote this piece for the ironically titled ‘JOURNEY’ issue of The Modernist.

It’s about America’s iconic road signage; spent many blissful hours photographing a completely deserted LA.


It’s the third piece I have written about ‘The Great American road’.


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You can buy a copy here: The Modernist | JOURNEY | Issue #35

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