Posters. In Amsterdam

Thanks to our current Twitter guest editors, Mat Dolphin, we’ve just been enjoying some of the work documented at postersinamsterdam.com

Thanks to our current Twitter guest editors, Mat Dolphin, we’ve just been enjoying some of the work documented at postersinamsterdam.com

Jarr Geerligs is behind the project, essentially a repository for images of posters taken on the streets of Amsterdam. And what a fine selection it is. According to the accompanying Flickr page, where all the pictures are displayed at larger size, Geerligs has been documenting the city’s streets pretty much everyday since 2002.

Visitors to the site can search by a range of categories – “faceless people”, “masked people”, for example – and there’s even a gallery dedicated to the “non-poster”:

See postersinamsterdam.com for the highlights from the collection.

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