Makati City, Philippines, April 09, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Pissedpoet Pics is pleased to announce the latest addition to their guest galleries of ‘Another Roadside Attraction’ by American photographer David Franck.
‘Another Roadside Attraction’ is a series of photographs depicting the vanishing icons of 1950’s American street culture. Theses images capture a time when free enterprise was more innocent and the 'American Dream' was fully alive. Mom and pop motels, restaurants and liquor stores peppered the old highways and byways, before major interstates were built bypassing small town America.
“These colourful images by Franck expand the concept of street photography,” said Henry Bateman, the publisher of www.pissedpoetpics.com. “Franck presents these signs of America's disappearing commercial landscape in all their glory, just as they once flashed past the weary traveler looking for rest and succor,” he added.
Another Roadside Attraction can be seen in the guest galleries at www.pissedpoetpics.com.
About Pissedpoet Pics
www.pissedpoetpics.com is the online presence of expatriate Australian artist Henry Bateman which shows his abstract art, street photography and in the guest galleries a selection of art by artists from around the globe.
About David Frank
David Frank is a self-taught New England artist with a degree in film studies who has been making an on-going series of road trips documenting America's disappearing commercial landscape from the mid 20th century.