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One of our favorite photographers, Van Styles, had the chance to shoot the abandoned Silverdome while on a recent trip in Detroit, MI.
The massive stadium first opened in 1975 and once served as the home for both the Detroit Lions and the Pistons (from 1978-88). The Silverdome even hosted major events like Wrestlemania and early round games for the 1994 FIFA World Games. But it was closed down and essentially abandoned after Ford Field opened.
Today it looks like something out of a post-apocalyptic movie. Take a closer look in the gallery:
Via The Hundreds
Eminem has enlisted the help of Big Sean, DeJ Loaf, Royce da 5’9″, Danny Brown, and Trick Trick for this brand new Detroit anthem. Detroit Vs. Everybody.
Continue reading Eminem, Big Sean, and More in “Detroit Vs. Everybody” Music Video
The Pontiac Silverdome has housed some incredibly large and historic events, but yet today it’s stands empty & unused. It’s unfortunate to see the road that Detroit has gone down lately, and hopefully they can get out of this rut. Abandoned architecture will always make for some cool photographs though.
Continue reading The Abandoned Pontiac Silverdome is a Depressing Sight
The X Games Detroit bid team created this video as part of their campaign to bring the ESPN X Games to Detroit from 2014-2016. Judging from the video, Detroit is where the X Games belong. Continue reading Detroit Makes Its Official Bid To Host The X-Games (Video)
Well, this looks pretty epic. I wish the entire airing of the X Games had this same feel to it. The X Games are slated to start on April 23rd.
Continue reading X Games Detroit Trailer (Video)
This series of photos is so beautiful yet so sad at the same time. It looks like Detroit would have been a dope place to live in its prime. French photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre did the work. Check out all the pictures after the jump. Continue reading The Ruins Of Detroit