During the past ten years, I've been making street photography that includes strong graphic compositions. I look for colors and juxtapositions that fit together from a particular point of view. On my walks through the city, I often see things, normal things, but I try to show these things in a special way.
— Siegfried Hansen
Japan Drug transports us, fully and viscerally, into a disorienting world that feels at once close to home and wonderfully unfamiliar — a stellar example of the power of street photography.
Disappearing from the US landscape (for safety reasons): "old fashioned" playgrounds filled with towering metal slides, spine-jarring seesaws, elaborate monkey bars and whirling merry-go-rounds.
In today's hyper-connected world, personal intimacy can be hard to come by — these photographs (old and new) remind us how a good picture can put us back in touch with our inner, hidden selves and each other.