Jan 18, 2014
In the 1970s and ’80s, British photographer Bob Mazzer was a regular commuter on the London Underground — or the Tube, as Londoners call it — carrying his camera with him regularly.
The photos offer visions of a rowdier time, one filled with plenty of “late-night shenanigans”. He began taking the pictures in the late ’70s, when the Sex Pistols and punk were rising, alongside Margaret Thatcher. Some of his pictures capture the raucous spirit — and the fashion — of those times, while others show quieter, candid moments. We’ve chosen our 3 favorites.