Billboard- The anxiety of people feeling alienated by their own neighborhood as familiar places become abandoned to make way for new developments.
Flyers- Feeling plastered over by new developments to create more profitable areas, ignoring the community there originally.
Dead Mall- Broken hopes and dreams represented by small stores going out of business due to large corporations taking over an area.
Gas Station- Comparing a gas station to an ancient Greek temple to show how people are beholden to big industries like oil and automobiles, often treating them as more important than other needs of the people.
Pay Phone- Since cellphones are extremely common now, payphones are rare and those that are still around are often in bad condition, leaving people without cellphones disconnected.
Window- A window full of plants shows the small ways people can take control of their own space and make it more comfortable despite the city around them.
Subway- The experience of feeling overwhelmed in a subway station due to crowds and an uninviting design but needing to use that transit.
Grocery Store- While grocery stores offer a large variety of goods, the sheer amount of options and bright colours can create a disorienting experience.
Shoe- Shoe King, a beloved Hamilton building, changing its appearance over the years, showing the struggle of maintaining a small business.