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Monthly Archives: August 2010

I could get all color snobby about the fact that they used the most predictable colors for this awesome photo shoot, but why bother?   This is cool! (wait a minute!  Where is yellow!?)

Alexa Meade in the video above explains how her work is done.  It is insightful to hear her story and reasoning behind her color choices.  I enjoy the blurred lines between real and fake.  Each day they seem more and more blurry to me.  Kids just don’t seem to mind, or even notice the the lines.  Not such a bad thing at all, I mean, what does one learn if we stay in known boundaries?

Also check out Peter Kun Frary’s work.

experiment + search = magic

Not really sure how I even stumbled on this site, but sure glad a did.  Out of all, I chose these to re-post as I loved the red nails on the women who were hard at work at this time.  They are strong and beautiful, and not just because of the red nail polish, but because they took pride in their work and themselves.

Please take the time to check out all of the amazing photographs.

“The photographs are the property of the Library of Congress and were included in a 2006 exhibit Bound for Glory: America in Color.”