#18. Design- ‘John Derian Picture Book’ by John Derian, 2016.
“The images in this book are my ever-growing personal archive. I would say that roughly 80% of them were found without identifying details about the artist or source. Doing the research for this visual glossary was fun, challenging and eye-opening…”
Curtis loved roaming the city of Berlin for several days. This is the giant TV tower constructed in the mid to late 1960s.
(Photo- Curtis Browne)
A hundred people affected by homelessness are given the opportunity to show what daily life is like through photography. These are their stories.
monotype- a single print taken from a design created in oil paint or printing ink on glass or metal.
” There is this moment when people see a well constructed miniature: a surprised drawing-in of breath, a disbelief that something so small could look so real. This is what I chase.” – Emily Boutard, one time lawyer, now a full time architecture student and creator of ‘little architecture.’
(Photo- Emily Boutard)
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…’Berlin, The Remembrances Of A Camera’ Travel Booklet c. 1950.
” We are in Berlin, in a town that no one easily forgets, though in each case for a different reason. Now look! Over there is an omnibus. A lady gets out. Is she a Berliner? Or possibly an American or a Swiss? She hurries away, perhaps to a rendez-vous. The omnibus, that bright yellow Berlin double-decker, rumbles on.