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Abondoned Theatre By Matt Lambros

Urban Ghosts is delighted to announce the launch of photographer Matt Lambros’ stunning new website, After the Final Curtain, and accompanying blog. Collectively, Matt’s photographs rank among the most vivid and evocative images of abandoned theatres, hospitals and other deserted buildings, anywhere on the internet.
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17 Oct 2013 13:17:00
“Smeared Sky Sunset”. (Matt Molloy)

“Smeared Sky Sunset”. (Photo by Matt Molloy)

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27 Feb 2013 12:23:00
Skittle Art By Matt McManis

Super Mario finds himself in his original pixelated form in these playful Matt McManis Skittles illustrations. Depicting the overalls-wearing Italian video game character and Pac-Man, these delectable candy designs culminate as a merging of the gamer, the glutton and the creative.

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05 Apr 2014 13:00:00
Colorado Instability

Colorado Instability”. (Photo and caption by Matt Granz)
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22 Nov 2013 12:56:00
Karl Lagerfeld says: “It’s not all about emotions. It’s like Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, the famous opera singer, said, “If people imagined I had all the emotions I can express on stage I wouldn’t sing”. In the moment, you have to stay cool. Emotions come after and I’m not so much into emotions, I’m more into work”. Here: Balmain, Spring/Summer 2011. (Photo by Matt Lever)

Everton fan and legendary fashion photographer Matt Lever has captured the dizzying drama behind the scenes at catwalk shows since 1999. Here: Balmain, Spring/Summer 2011. (Photo by Matt Lever)
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26 Mar 2016 13:07:00
Models and designer Lindsay Degen (3rd from L) bare all at the latest DEGEN Spring 2012 presentation during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week at Artisanal House

Models and designer Lindsay Degen (3rd from L) bare all at the latest DEGEN Spring 2012 presentation during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week at Artisanal House on September 7, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Earl Gibson III/Getty Images)
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08 Sep 2011 15:27:00
Egg Sculptures By Franc Grom

Slovenian artist Franc Grom, aged 72, makes unbelievably intricate egg sculptures using just a tiny electric drill and enormous patience. According to National Geographic, when finished, each egg contains approximately 2,500 to 3,500 holes. While Slovene artisans usually paint their eggs using a technique called drsanka by lightly scratching intricate patterns into the surfaces of colored eggs, carving them was solely Grom’s idea.
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24 Nov 2016 08:00:00
South Korean traditional bow artisan Kwon Yeong-Hak works on a bow in his workshop in Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea, 26 February 2015. (Photo by Jeon Heon-Kyun/EPA)

South Korean traditional bow artisan Kwon Yeong-Hak works on a bow in his workshop in Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea, 26 February 2015. Kwon Yeong-Hak still crafts his bows in the traditional way, carrying on a four-generation family business. The Gakgung bow, of which Kwon is one of the last remaining artisans, is unique to Korea, and is constructed with a variety of materials, including water buffalo horn, oak, bamboo and cattle spinal sinew. A ban on the import of water buffalo horns has put the Gakgung tradition at risk. (Photo by Jeon Heon-Kyun/EPA)
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24 Mar 2015 09:54:00