Maciej Dakowicz photographs streets which just happen to have really, really interesting people on them. A Polish photographer living in Wales, Maciej actually did a degree in computer science and worked as a programmer in Hong Kong before deciding that snapping people was his calling.
Mysteriously after nearly 10 years in the computer game, Maciej began traveling the world and taking photos full time, and in 2010 he even opened his own gallery (he now works for newspapers and magazines all over the globe). His photos span across streets in Europe, Asia and Africa, ranging from eye opening humanitarian portraits of tiny underfed babies, to funny party photos outside nightclubs in London.
Looking through his collection kind of gets you thinking about urban environments and what the physical structures of streets actually mean, whether they be a place for public drunkenness, a social meeting place, or somewhere to hang when you've got no place else to go.
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