Photographs of a man who walks in the sun for miles a day delivering flyers
for a realtor in Los Angeles in order to make a living.
“In a city, there is a difference between anonymity and invisibility.
In Los Angeles, where wealth, commerce, and lifestyle are so loudly pronounced –
those overlooked are often the quietest, or are those who are of modest means.
They share our sidewalks, laundromats and gas stations.
Much of the work they perform consists of a new type of innocuous or banal labor
that can’t be performed by machines or in factories,
yet is too unskilled to be paid a living wage.
While this type of labor may make up a subset of jobs that seem
meaningless and a class that is invisible – it affords many people
a place in this city amongst the palm trees, beaches and neon with everyone else.”
- Excerpt from zine.
Indigo printed at Nonstop Printing, Hollywood, CA
Mohawk superfine 100 eggshell
Saddle stitched, red staples, hand cut window
Signed edition of 40
Each copy comes with an editioned print.