From the books “Newsstands."|Image courtesy of Nei Valente1/6 From the books “Newsstands."|Image courtesy of Nei Valente
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By day,Nei Valenteisa designer at branding agencyBrand Union, but in his free time he photographs street scenes around the city, many of which are taken once the sun has set. In “Newsstands,” he captures the changing faceof newsstands around the city, exploring how their evolution relates to our shift from print to digital media. Inspired byMoyra Davey’snewsstand series of 1994, Valente finds it fascinatinghow newsstands have changed over the last couple of decades.