Nomeus releases a hip urban archaeology video from downtown Jacksonville Florida's historic (and endangered) Jones Brothers Furniture Building. More brilliant work from the pioneering urban arch photographer whose work is beginning to get noticed all over the state. With its excellent sound score and the accompanying photos, Nomeus really evokes the feel, tragedy and coolness of the abandoned rotting eras that are so common in the Urban Archaeology Experience. Check out below the fold
This building was developed by R.L. Jones in 1926 to house his Standard Furniture Company. Later his sons purchased his older brother's Jones Furniture Company on Main Street, and merged the two companies.
photos by nomeus 2012
Photos and Video by Nomeus 2012