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Archaeology of a Bay Area Town

Bay Area-based photographer Josh Marcotte walks for days to find rare scenes and urban artifacts not yet scrubbed from San Jose’s insistently evolving face. His work captures storefronts, people, signs, and houses that are not what most people conjure when they think of the city today. For Polarr, Emily von Hoffmann spoke with him about the project.

Pixel Magazine
Oct 22, 2015 · 7 min read
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