Faces of the Danforth
By: Nick Brehmer, Alicia Kolenda, and Katie Yantzi
Faces of the Danforth is a photography project inspired by Brandon Stanton’s “Humans of New York.” Much like its inspiration, Faces of the Danforth strives to feature members of a community and connect those people on a more human level. Walking up and down the streets of the city, you see so many unique people; you might be surprised to discover that you have similar experiences or that you are indeed vastly different. Regardless, we hope you find the visuals of the Faces of the Danforth posts to be as inspirational as we do.
This guy couldn’t have been happier to talk to us. He was hard to understand through all the laughter,
“I was intrigued by that sign.
On one side of the street there’s
candy and on the other side there isn’t!”
“Having just moved to the Danforth, what would you say is the best part?”
“It’s all new to me. There’s so much to discover.”
“Today seemed like a good day to get a haircut and buy some fish.”
Cool new feature!
i love this idea! looking forward to seeing more 🙂
I have also stopped to ponder/giggle at that sign in the past. That one time I giggled.
So looking forward to seeing more!
“Today seems like a good day to get a haircut and buy some fish.” Sea captain speaks the truth!