The lush, cinematic cityscapes of photographer David Drebin are on view in all their voyeuristic glory in The Morning After, his lavish new book from teNeues.
Drebin’s legion of femmes fatales look down on the world, the streets and cars below from luxurious aeries in the likes of Hong Kong, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Rio De Janiero, Berlin and Barcelona.
David Drebin’s legion of femmes fatales look down on the world from luxurious aeries
Here in one of our favorite vignettes a “blonde to make a bishop kick a hole in a stained glass window” (to borrow from Raymond Chandler) surveys the scene from the Standard Hotel in Downtown NYC.
Wherever she spent the night in those shoes we bet someone’s got a hell of a story to tell….
- Posted June 06, 2011
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