The rat race. The daily grind. Whatever you call it, going to work is a fact of life for most people.
Danish photographer Peter Funch planted himself outside of Grand Central Station in New York City, shooting the morning commuters on their way to work. Same time, same place, day in and day out, for almost 10 years. He would catch the same people 2 or 3 years apart. Revealing how much they changed, or didn’t change during their daily ritual.
Funch told Fast Co Design, “It’s such a New York thing, the idea that people just do the same thing over and over again.”
Let see how Funch’s subjects changed, or more curiously, how they didn’t change over the years.