Inner City Youth, London

July 20th, 2006 | Filed under: Photography, Scary, Social | 1 Comment »


Inner-City Youth, London is a narrated photo essay by Simon Wheatly.  It attempts to capture the lives of Londons under-privalaged youth and the music culture (grime) that is developing out of their real-world experiences and the influence of mainstream American hip-Hop.

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One Comment on “Inner City Youth, London”

  1. 1 What Future? said at 3:36 am on July 23rd, 2006:

    A Picture of the Developed World…

    This photo essay by Simon Wheatly (via Future Feeder) on ‘grime’ music and culture is both disturbing and thought-provoking. This kind of image is what we’d expect to see of apartment complexes in the developing world, certainly not i…

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