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Detroiturbex.com is a website dedicated to exploring and photographing abandoned buildings in Detroit. If you haven’t realized it by now, Detroit has been facing some serious social and economic challenges for quite some time. Throughout “Now and Then” you will witness the dramatic contrast between the boom years of the establishment and its current state. This photography is emotionally heavy, and brings the viewers attention to the sad decline of the world’s traditional automotive center. Be sure to check out Detroiturbex.com for more.

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Posted by Igor Ovsyannykov

I'm a digital nomad and entrepreneur bouncing around South East Asia. When I'm not working here, I'm out taking photos. Follow me on Instagram: @igorovsyannykov

3 Comments

  1. very sad… 🙁

  2. This gives Detroit such a bad rap and frames it in an awful light. Sure, these truths must be brought to attention, but Detroit is absolutely so much more than this. What’s really sad is how so many are willing to accept this negative view as the stark reality. So much culture and vitality still exist and are thriving like never before. Don’t let yourself be swayed by one-sided showcases. Do yourself a favor and see both sides of the story.

  3. I think this is very interesting seeing the before pictures and being able to walk indie Cass Tech now and see the beauty that it now is. Buildings don’t last forever but to be able to see where it has been and the struggle. I don’t agree with the other comments this is amazing to see and to see how it stands now.

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