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What Shopping Malls Were Like in 1989

Photographer and filmmaker Michael Galinsky was 20 years old in 1989 when he and a friend decided to spend six weeks driving across the country, capturing images of mall life. They started in New... This is a content summary only. Visit Now That's Nifty for full links, other content, and more.
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What American shopping malls looked like in 1989

Technology / Social Media : Mashable: Social Media

In 1989, Michael Galinsky, then a 20-year-old student, took a month to traverse the U.S. Everywhere he went, he documented the same place: the shopping mall. The results are now an archive of a vanished world, simultaneously familia...

Photos of "Malls Across America," 1989

Humor : Boing Boing

In 1989, Michael Galinsky toured the malls of the US with a cheap camera in-hand. Years later, he's launched a Kickstarter project to compile those images into a photo book celebrating these dying bastions of American culture. As my...

Mall life, 1989

Humor : Boing Boing

In 1989, Michael Galinsky, then 20, photographed mall culture around the United States. This time capsule of consumerism, fashion, video walls, and retail hell can be relived in Galinsky's monograph, Malls Across America, or this im...

Malls Across America, A Photographic Flashback to the 1980s

Humor : Laughing Squid

In the 1980s suburban malls across the United States were becoming the epicenter of social and economic life. In 1989, a 20 year old photographer named Michael Galinsky drove across the country to document this pastime, big hair and...

Weekend Links: The Oracle of Wikipedia

Humor : mental_floss

Photographer and filmmaker Michael Galinsky was 20 years old in 1989 when he and a friend decided to spend six weeks driving across the country, capturing images of mall life for “Malls Across America,” an amazing chronicle of the h...

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