About the Book
the overpass is the modern equivalent to the Roman aqueduct. massive structures that ferry us between the cityscapes. these temples to urban life span for miles, and we take little measure of their immense beauty. the sweeping curves offer a strange geometric opposition to the rigidity of the modern living.
often we don’t recognize that under these beautiful concrete sculptures lie a society
that take refuge under the freeway. under the freeway is a world littered with trash, and graffiti; the epitome of urban decay, but in a way there is a strange beauty in these urban landscapes that not many take the time to seek out.