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Getting out of Town: Powers of Ten

Thanks to our friend Chris at Johnsonese Brokerage, we were reminded recently that we hadn’t watched the 1968 documentary Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames. A simple yet exquisitely done film, written and directed by the couple, it explores the immediate expanse and how quickly our world as we know it can become very small.

For it’s time, the film was highly exploratory and brave. What do you think of the production? How well do you think they achieved the visual experience?

-Y-

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Got art?

It’s here! Our online shop offers original photography and art, which can be viewed here. Every piece is edition marked, hand signed and shipping is included in the price.

I’ve included travel shots from Taiwan, Italy’s Amalfi Coast and the ever-changing Chicago skyline, which I shot for almost two years from the same spot. There’s also a limited editionĀ Enter the Dragon print in time for Chinese New Year. We’re really flexible and enjoy working on projects so if you have a combination or request for something larger, let us know. Thanks for the continued support!

-N-

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Sweet home Chicago.

All we can say is thank you to one of the greatest cities in the world.

It may be known for its architecture and food, but that isn’t what separates it from the rest.

It’s the people. Chicago is home to the best photographers in the world.

They’re not the best simply because they can do anything with a camera. No. They’re the best because they’re also teachers.

They’re patient and willing to share their decades of experience with those that wish to learn. Good luck finding that in NY or LA!

Without a doubt, I wouldn’t be the photographer or person that I am today.

Thanks, DUDES!

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