Street photographer Deborah Julian‘s New York Subway Stripes Print is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee* finished on museum quality, archival Epson paper. She prints exclusively in her workshop. Prints are signed on the white border beneath the image or on the reverse.
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“I’ve spent a lot of time wandering around the streets, looking for great pictures as they happen. Here in New York, subways are like underground streets. The platforms are sidewalks. You can really see a lot of different things.” — Deborah Julian
New York Subway Stripes catches the subterranean geometry in a human way. The grit and grime of a subway station is anchored by a woman, twisted with stress or discomfort, whose striped purse contrasts with the subways industrial designs. Tension of the underground in New York, where New Yorkers confront all the noise and filth a century’s worth of continuous use has left them, comes off as a kind of theme.
An alternative view: Subway Splash
(*Giclée is a process for reproducing fine art prints from a digital source, typically using 8-Color to 12-Color ink-jet printers. The quality of the Giclée print is excellent-superior in color and detail. Giclée prints are the standards found in museums and art galleries.)