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What Shopping Malls Were Like in 1989

3 years agoHumor : Now That's Nifty

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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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...

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