Disappearing Malta photography prints ©Helen Jones-Florio
DisappearingMalta photography prints series - 'I'm fascinated by the hues, the textures, the varying stages of dilapidation, the intricate details in the many designs of the doors, the history – who lived in a house like that? What happened to them? Does the house belong to anyone, anymore?' Helen Jones-Florio
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DisappearingMalta photography prints – Vintage Doors & Storefronts, Malta ©Helen Jones-Florio

Wabi Sabi - Facades & Store Fronts, Malta - Paces Press, Gzira ©Helen Jones-Florio

DisappearingMalta photography prints – Vintage Doors & Storefronts, Malta ©Helen Jones-Florio

disappearingMalta - vintage strorefront, Paul's Store, Valletta, Malta ©Helen Jones-Florio photography printsI’m Still Standing’, Paul’s Store, Valletta, Malta ©Helen Jones-Florio

#DisappearingMalta Photography Prints

photography prints – vintage doors and storefronts, Malta

©Helen Jones-Florio 

The DisappearingMalta photography prints series is my attempt to capture an important part of the history of the tiny Mediterranean island, much of which, sadly, is being demolished in the name of development. Malta has an abundance of beautifully decaying, colourful, vintage (and retro) doors, facades, and storefronts –  vestiges of the island’s rich and varied history. Many of which are now vying for their right to be there, next to the ever-increasing, much-favoured, modern, high-rise structures of glass and concrete.

‘I’m fascinated by the hues, the textures, the varying stages of dilapidation, the intricate details in the many designs of the doors, the history – who lived in a house like that? What happened to them? Does the house belong to anyone,
anymore?’ read more  ‘How I’m seeing Malta disappear through its doors’ by Helen Jones-Florio Times of Malta 

disappearingMalta photography prints - Four vintage doors, Msida, Malta ©Helen Jones-Florio ‘Who Forgot to Put the Trash Out‘ -Msida, Malta © Helen Jones-Florio photography prints

disappearingMalta - Derelict Facade, 81 Triq Paola, Tarxien, Malta ©Helen Jones-Florio photography prints abandoned house with Maltese balcony

‘Forsaken’, Tarxien, Malta ©Helen Jones-Florio photography prints

All images are available as limited edition photography prints. For all pricing and information, please go to the #DisappearingMalta gallery. And, visit the gallery ‘Print Orders‘ page for all the relevant information, including shipping and our returns policy.

Please use the Contact Us page with any queries.

disappearingMalta photography prints - T. Sultana Electrical Appliances, retro storefront, Valletta, Malta ©Helen Jones-Florio

Currantly Closed‘, T.Sultana, Valletta, Malta ©Helen Jones-Florio photography prints

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I hope that you enjoy looking at #DisappearingMalta as much as I have enjoyed photographing them. And, I continue to do. Therefore, the page will be updated on a regular basis – along with the @doors_helenjonesflorio Instagram page, where you can see much more from the series.

Helen Jones-Florio 

Founder | Curator

DisappearingMalta - bio image of Helen Jones-Florio, Faldus Shop, Valletta, Malta ©Jason Florio                         Helen Jones-Florio, Valletta, Malta ©Jason Florio

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