Photographer shoots the same people going to work for over 9 years
In a project spanning from 2007 to 2016, Dutch photographer Peter Funch has captured images reflecting the subtle changes that happen to people as time passes.
Between 8:30am to 9:30am, Funch lined up on the corner of 42nd street and Vanderbilt in New York City when he started to notice the same familiar faces everyday.
Although focusing on specific individuals, Funch also noticed that background characters would also appear with everyone sharing the same daily routine.
“It was fascinating to see that connectivity between people,” he told co.design. “They have no idea.”
Funch has compiled a book for his project titled 42nd and Vanderbilt which you can find via his website.