In her Analog Streets project, photographer Lisa Guerriero scours US cities for faded remnants of Americana–from ice cream parlors to sleepy motels

This article titled “The vintage neon signs of urban America – in pictures” was written by Francesca Perry, for theguardian.com on Tuesday 21st June 2016 12.58 UTC

Los Angeles-based photographer Lisa Guerriero uses her work to document the urban landscape and social issues of the US. Her Anolog Streets project focuses on the remnants of past commerce and culture found on the streets of North America’s cities and their edgelands: faded painted or neon signs, neglected shops and motels.

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