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Much to the disgust of his family, Londoner Dan Giannopoulos has been combing the city gathering discarded drug baggies and photographing them for the past year. Totaling almost 150 items, Giannopoulos envisions them as miniature markers mapping out the drug culture in South East London. Each design has its own particular flavor of grungy kitsch and are discovered in areas both wealthy and poor. The drug activity of South East London being both prevalent yet largely hidden, Giannopoulos finds each baggie to be a tantalizing artifact of an illicit act unseen.

Dan_Giannopoulos_Photography

Dan_Giannopoulos_Photography

Dan_Giannopoulos_Photography

Dan_Giannopoulos_Photography

Dan_Giannopoulos_Photography

Dan_Giannopoulos_Photography

Dan_Giannopoulos_Photography

Dan_Giannopoulos_Photography

Dan_Giannopoulos_Photography

This post was contributed by photographer and Feature Shoot Editorial Assistant Jenna Garrett.

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