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Nick Rodrigues

Happened upon this guy’s work via Makezine while searching for images for a conference presentation I was giving on technology and mobile devices. While an interesting commentary on levels of privacy and public usage, this piece also points to the interesting disappearance of the phone booth from the urban landscape.

“Historically the iconic phone booth represented a place where one could go to be alone for a private conversation, transform into superman or travel through time. Today, it’s obsolete in most cities.”

More work from Nick Rodrigues here.