Brooklyn photographer David Mandl has spent the last 15 years capturing the parts of the city that no one really notices, and his project END is the culmination of his work to catalog 120 of the borough’s dead end streets. Mandl’s END explores “the limits of the officially recognized or permitted landscape” and the “no-go zones” of a community. And we have to admit that, even though there’s some sense of life in a few of the photographs (greenery here, a playground there), it’s kind of unsettling to see all these “END” signs staring back at us.

See more from the END collection here.

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