Black and White Street Photographs of New York City by Matt Weber

November 30, 2015

42d Street 2015

Not many have that special something, that chutzpah, that sex appeal, that supreme confidence to wear sunglasses at night! And the ladies love it…
©Matt Weber*42d-White-Guy-Babes copy

November 29, 2015

“Homeless and Fearless” 2015

They woke up a homeless man by kicking the box that he was sleeping in and insulting him, and he grabbed a homemade weapon of some sorts and took after the group.

Then I watched the group back down as they realized their joke had gone too far. The last time I saw one guy stand up to this many guys without displaying fear was in 1979…
**Homeless--Fight-3 copy 2 **Homeless--Fight-weapon! copy

November 28, 2015

Tourists 2007

©Matt WeberBull-Tourists copy

November 26, 2015

Thanksgiving 1987

©Matt Weberthanksgiving

November 25, 2015

Ground Zero 2015

*GroundZero-Gang-Signs-Deaf-Signs? copy©Matt Weber

November 24, 2015

“The Deuce” 2014

©Matt Weber*42d-2-MARINES-InStride-Rain-Night-2014-2014 copy 2

November 19, 2015

Summer 2015

©Matt Weber*Sub-Sweaty-Shirtless-Man copy

November 16, 2015

The Parking Ticket

$115 can get almost anyone angry…

©Matt Weber*Ticket-Fight copy

November 11, 2015

NYC 2015

**Soldier-Homeless-SIGN copy22 veterans kill themselves everyday. Only 22% of the veterans are happy with the way the government takes care of their needs.

©Matt Weber

November 9, 2015

“Hudson Yards” AKA 34th ST. & 11th Ave. 1989

hudson-yard©Matt Weber

November 8, 2015

Times Sq. 2015

©Matt Weber**Times-2-Crosses-Jesus-sign-4 copy

November 7, 2015

Union Sq. East 1989

BulletHolesPhonebooth-1989 copy©Matt Weber

November 3, 2015

“The Cube” 1988

5-MenUnderCube-1988 copy©Matt Weber

November 2, 2015

The TV Thief 1989

Nocturnal=TV-Thief-1989 copyIf you remember the “Good Old Days” then you remember when a black & white television was something worth stealing. We had ours lifted in ’68…

©Matt Weber

November 1, 2015

“Urinetown” 1989

PairPissing-1989 copy©Matt Weber

October 31, 2015

Brooklyn Queens Expressway 1988

FrankensteinFireman-1988 copy©Matt Weber

Phone Booth 1989

©Matt WeberPhoneBooth-Legs-1989 copy

October 30, 2015

New Year’s Eve 1989

NewYearsEve-RainUmbrellaHoustonSt-1989 copyI’m pretty sure this was East Houston St. maybe as far east as Ave. A or B…

©Matt Weber

October 29, 2015

Coney Island 2013

**Coney-GunTattoo-Daddy-2013 copy

“Oh the gangster looks so frightening with his luger in his hand,

When he gets home to his children, he’s a family man.”

©Matt Weber

October 27, 2015

“The Doctor on 42d Street” 1985

©Matt Webergooden-mural

October 25, 2015

“Boxers” Times Sq. 2015

©Matt Weber**Times-MikeD-Boxer copy

October 24, 2015

A Somewhat Famous Man “Gene Palma” 1988

Gene Palma was the famous street drummer, who could do a mean “Gene Krupa” and entertained people for decades in midtown. He also had a cameo in “Taxi Driver” ©Matt Weberdrummer-OperaMan-Mannequin-1989 copy

October 23, 2015

St. Marks Bar & Grill 1988

©Matt Weberst,marks-bar-grill

October 20, 2015

St. Marks Place 1988

the-urban-prisonerFrom “The Urban Prisoner”

©Matt Weber

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