Partially Obscured McDonald’s Golden Arches Photographed Throughout Warsaw By Zuzanna Szarek – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Partially Obscured McDonald’s Golden Arches Photographed Throughout Warsaw By Zuzanna Szarek

While growing up in post-communist Warsaw, photographer Zuzanna Szarek dreamt about the movies, toys, and food produced in America. McDonald’s was one aspect of the culture readily available to Szarek as a child in the 90s, and its Happy Meal toys always provided a rush of excitement. Today Warsaw is undergoing rapid changes, with hip stores and restaurants popping up as fast as its skyscrapers. Although the golden arches of her childhood still remain, they are now blocked by towering buildings and new construction.

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