William Livingstone, the Publisher of the Detroit Evening Journal, had this mansion built in 1894 in the style of the French Renaissance Revival. Its decline was photographed by fans for over 20 years as its turret and façade gradually crumbled towards the ground, earning it the fond name of Slumpy. Slumpy lives on in decades of photos and art work – I couldn’t resist its power. I had to try to capture it yet again.
Created date: 2013 Medium: Paper Collage Size: 35.5 X 28 cm