21 April 2020 LAB has just published our first true photo-story: São Paulo – the streets under social isolation a collaboration between sociologist Fraya Frehse and photojournalist Tiago Queiroz, and with the help of our web-designer Wes Boden. Do take a look and let us know if you think...
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Panama City: buses as art

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A treasure trove of popular art heads for the scrapheap, as Panama City's famous buses are replaced by more modern and safer vehicles.

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