Industrial Ghosts

The Artificial Fertilizers and Glasswork Industry was founded in 1909 at Pireaus, Greece and went bankrupt in 1999. During these 90 years, a whole new district, Drapetsona, was born from the people who worked in this industry.

There are no people in these images. Or are they? If you look carefully, you’ll see the traces of human life that once was thriving inside these wrecked walls. You’ll see dreams, sweat, blood, expectations, hopes…

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About Stamatis Gr

Graphic designer by profession, photographer by hobby. http://stamatisgr.wordpress.com/
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16 Responses to Industrial Ghosts

  1. Anonymous says:

    Fascinating Stam, looks very interesting. Great shots! :D

  2. Brilliant shots specially the composition on each one. I found some shots a bit tonally flat (due to HDR?), but in all great and inspiring work!

  3. Susan says:

    Another stunning story, Stamati. These images are heartbreaking.

    Susan

  4. Mary says:

    A theme you don’t shoot much anymore but is up to your potential and sensitivity. Most enjoyable and intriguing series

  5. Laurent Roy says:

    Great serie !!!

  6. dave beaty says:

    fantastic series stamatis
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  7. Alex Khoo says:

    These photos are really cool! Nice works you have here!

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