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Frankie C's "Black Wall" Skid Row Photo Project

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"Downtown" via meetfrankiec.tumblr.com
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Frankie C takes iconic photos of the people he encounters on the streets of Skid Row and surrounding neighborhoods against a black backdrop. An L.A. native, he likes to "keep it street" but now he has an opportunity to show his photos in a gallery and is looking to raise $1,000 to fund the exhibition using Kickstarter. Check out his work in the video below: