People of ‘Porte St Denis’ by Johan Berger – Design You Trust

People of ‘Porte St Denis’ by Johan Berger

The neighborhood of the ‘Porte St Denis’ in the center of Paris is an incredible mix of cultures, where poverty, hype, prostitution, and multi-ethnical populations live together in a unique harmony. This series of street photography by Johan Berger showcases portraits of interesting individuals, taken in ultra-wide angle to give them the stature they deserve in front of the parisian architecture.

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