Bank of Montreal Building, Main and Prior, Vancouver, 1984 (Limited Edition Print)
The Bank of Montreal building at 906 Main Street, Vancouver has survived many transitions. Built in 1929 in the neo-classical style, of course it began its days as a bank.
When I documented it in 1984, it served as a triage centre for psychiatric patients. In the interim it fell into utter desolation, its once-grand façade defaced by graffiti. Recently, it has been adopted by young entrepreneurs as a home for a hipster café selling coffee, skateboards and designer accessories.
All limited edition prints printed on acid-free 100% rag paper, using pigment inks.