563 E. Hastings Street, 1983 (Limited Edition Print)
Vancouver's Hastings Street was named in 1885 for Rear-Admiral George Fowler Hastings of the Royal Navy. It's eastern reaches defy the "skid row" pejorative to constantly reinvent itself.
This scene represented to me the struggles of the Downtown Eastside (and perhaps small business in general) to adapt to the headlong rush of modernity.
All limited edition prints printed on acid-free 100% rag paper, using pigment inks. Delivered prints do not include watermark seen here. Prints are embossed on border, outside the image area.