Spoare and Renok take us on a relaxed daytime mission to add some color to an otherwise gray day. The tunnel spot provides a suitable surface for them to exchange their pseudonyms and present their respective rendition of each others letters.
Chris Pape takes us on a stroll into the infamous Freedom Tunnel in New York. The documentary from 2013 illustrates a time long gone, while Pape walks along the tracks, sharing some background stories of his prime time. Rather recently Vice interviewed him about an upcoming book project called “The Freedom Tunnel”.
The Freedom Tunnel in New York has emanated a strong fascination to society ever since. Numerous videos about the obscure location can be found online. Fuelled by Books such as “The Mole People” by Jennifer Toth (1993), media coverage has been steady throughout the years. One exceptional highlight dwelling on the man made cave is Marc Singer’s “Dark Days” (2000), which underlines intense footage with a soundtrack by DJ Shadow. Appealing to music enthusiasts, writers and urbexers alike, the film is an absolute must see. The embedded video shows the first 10 minutes of the gonzo documentary.
Hope you brought your thermos flask! Sfaer is taking us on a calm maneuver on an ice cold siberian winter day. The trippy and hypnotic fill-ins add a nice touch to this beautiful sleeping giant of the trans siberian railway. Pojechali!