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The northwest passage : Live without dead time

Police
Genova, Italia  - © Diego Cupolo 2013

Police

Genova, Italia - © Diego Cupolo 2013

Fashionable Advertisement
On the road, Bosnia and Herzegovina - © Diego Cupolo 2013

Fashionable Advertisement

On the road, Bosnia and Herzegovina - © Diego Cupolo 2013

Istanbul in Street Ads II
Istanbul, Turkey - © Diego Cupolo 2013

Istanbul in Street Ads II

Istanbul, Turkey - © Diego Cupolo 2013

Istanbul in Street Ads
Istanbul, Turkey - © Diego Cupolo 2013

Istanbul in Street Ads

Istanbul, Turkey - © Diego Cupolo 2013

The future of advertising
La Paz, Bolivia - © Diego Cupolo 2012

The future of advertising

La Paz, Bolivia - © Diego Cupolo 2012

ser bella
Outside Lima, Peru - © Diego Cupolo 2012

ser bella

Outside Lima, Peru - © Diego Cupolo 2012

The Politician
Lago de San Pablo, Ecuador - © Diego Cupolo 2012

The Politician

Lago de San Pablo, Ecuador - © Diego Cupolo 2012

 Classifieds
We were walking down Avenue Central when we made the decision.
Maybe it was the big Caribbean mommas selling empanadas out of their cars, maybe it was the children throwing fire crackers into a crowded stores full of fifty-cent pajamas, or maybe it was the general groove in the street with the salsa music and the sun and the parrots in the trees.
We wanted to stay in Panama City.
Ania and I opened the classifieds. We started looking for anything that paid. Anything that gave us a reason to linger … and we found everything …
… right there in the classifieds.
Positions for “overnight messengers” that paid $3000-$5000 a shift. Listings for personal foot rubbers. One add titled “10 Chicas” was looking for girls 18-25 “to work 8 p.m.-4 a.m. massaging men” and it ended with “call us if you need money.”
I soon realized I had been skipping the best part of the newspaper throughout the entire trip.
Panama City, Panama - © Diego Cupolo 2011

Classifieds

We were walking down Avenue Central when we made the decision.

Maybe it was the big Caribbean mommas selling empanadas out of their cars, maybe it was the children throwing fire crackers into a crowded stores full of fifty-cent pajamas, or maybe it was the general groove in the street with the salsa music and the sun and the parrots in the trees.

We wanted to stay in Panama City.

Ania and I opened the classifieds. We started looking for anything that paid. Anything that gave us a reason to linger … and we found everything …

… right there in the classifieds.

Positions for “overnight messengers” that paid $3000-$5000 a shift. Listings for personal foot rubbers. One add titled “10 Chicas” was looking for girls 18-25 “to work 8 p.m.-4 a.m. massaging men” and it ended with “call us if you need money.”

I soon realized I had been skipping the best part of the newspaper throughout the entire trip.

Panama City, Panama - © Diego Cupolo 2011

Ray-Ban Country

Life on the farm in Mont-Saint-Grégoire, Quebec
© Diego Cupolo 2011

Ray-Ban Country

Life on the farm in Mont-Saint-Grégoire, Quebec

© Diego Cupolo 2011

 
L’experience
Vacant lot, Vacant smile.
Below the Jacques Cartier Bridge - Montreal, Quebec
© Diego Cupolo 2011

L’experience

Vacant lot, Vacant smile.

Below the Jacques Cartier Bridge - Montreal, Quebec

© Diego Cupolo 2011