About the Book
A collection of photographs from Fort Wayne, Indiana's roads and alleys less-traveled. Relics that typically go unnoticed are showcased in this book, from buildings to bridges, railroads to brick roads, and more. (82 pages.)
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date May 11, 2010
- Tags stephen salcedo, steve salcedo, train station, neon signs, old signs, fire station, fire house, fire hydrant, traffic light, traffic signal, traffic sign, street sign, roadside relic, urban exploring, urban explorer, urban decay, three rivers, summit city, allen county, fort wayne, salcedo, diner, architecture, bridge, railroad, relic, photography, indiana
Stephen Salcedo was born and raised in Merrillville, Indiana, and is a Fort Wayne, Indiana-based interactive art director. He received his BA in Journalism Graphics from Ball State University and studied digital design at Denmark's Design School in Copenhagen. He has also taught new media at Ball State University and continues to guest speak and conduct workshops for classes in the Journalism department.