Under Junction 33 is my first digital photography zine. It documents the graffiti found underneath the Nene Parkway (A1260), Peterborough. The photographs were collected over several early morning trips to the location, as the sunrise casts an engaging light over the artwork and the architecture supporting the dual carriageway above.
As I was passing the location with my camera after what I thought was my last trip to the spot, I found the graffiti pieces defaced. The closing section, Vandalism2, documents this and provides the closing notes for the zine.
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All work by William Street.