You can buy this photograph of a rather impressive art project, that stood in Harlem in 1987. It was called “Higher Goals” and it was taller than the surrounding tenements. They took a couple of telephone poles and bolted them together. Its message was that kids should have higher goals than playing for the NBA, since the odds of that happening were as unlikely as hitting Lotto…
Hopefully the odds that I sell a print are slightly better!
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I guess some of the older guys told these kids to put on some gloves and settle their beef the old fashioned way.
Images can be licensed for documentary use, or purchased as signed archival prints.
This image and most others can be purchased for documentary use, or as a signed archival print.
This was a Gulf station for many years.
Now it’s a sports bar…
This block in Harlem was always one of the most beautiful, even when some of the buildings had been neglected. ©Matt Weber
I’d been looking for this negative for a long time…
Do you remember those large decals Ed Koch put over the windows of the abandoned buildings in Harlem and the Bronx?
This image and many others are available for documentary use…
This photo and most others are available for documentary use. ©Matt Weber
This was one of those airport vehicles which were common back in the 1950’s & ’60s.