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Actions Baby Onesie featuring the photograph The IDS Neck Crane by Mike Evangelist

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The IDS Neck Crane Baby Onesie

Mike Evangelist

by Mike Evangelist

$25.00

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Our baby onesies are made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton and are available in five different sizes.   All baby onesies are machine washable.

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Mike pioneered a kind of Minneapolis-specific street photographic subgenre: the IDS Neck Crane. The tower was so out of scale with anything else in... more

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Artist's Description

Mike pioneered a kind of Minneapolis-specific street photographic subgenre: the IDS Neck Crane. The tower was so out of scale with anything else in the city that it invited this sort of vertically oriented gawking from Nicollet Mall. For at least ten or perhaps twenty years, this was a sure way to separate tourists from locals while walking downtown: the tourists would inevitably be standing in the middle of the sidewalk, staring up. As the rest of the skyline has caught up with the IDS, you see less of this type of gawking today. But especially from about 8th Street, itís still around.

About Mike Evangelist

Mike Evangelist

Mike has been an avid photographer, both as a hobby and a profession, for over forty years. His specialty is naturalistic images of people, places and things.

 

$25.00