Artist Photographs Phones From The ’90s

The Information Super Highway photography series is a brainchild of a Canadian photographer called Ryan Duffin. The Brooklyn, New York-based artist in his photography series features mobile phones from the 1990s.

“Obtaining a bunch of dated phones from eBay, Duffin’s images look like advertising campaigns from the past,” according to Fubiz. “With bulky bodies, tiny screens and embossed keypads, these old phones take us back to a time when all we used them for was making a phone call or sending a quick text. In today’s hyper-connected society, the project urges us to look away from our screens from time to time, and enjoy what physically lies before us.”

In his career, Duffin has worked with big brand names and has been featured in media from all around the world, like for example Time Out New York, Essential Homme Magazine, Financial Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, Glow Recipe, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Sweet/ Snapchat, Vice, NEON Magazine and many more.

You can find the photographer’s work on his Instagram account where he has gathered over 37.2 thousand followers.

Scroll down and check him out.

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*NSYNC Hotline Fantasy

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Sony Ericsson W580, 2018

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