Archive for 2012

Confessions of an Accidental Photographer by Lorette C. Luzajic My photography is full of mistakes. And I use the most basic, generic of cameras. I don’t know how to use Photoshop. I do use some touchup and cropping tools in iPhoto. I’m not philosophically opposed to alteration or technology as part of art. I’m all [...]

When you bend this card according to its material memory, it brings the recipient through a simple story (a four-frame documentary about receiving the card.) It is a recursive experience of a card about the repetitive ritual of all cards. Designed by Kelli Anderson, it’s a card about cards that portrays a card-receiving-experience portrayed within a [...]

Drool, a short film by Slick Devil Entertainment, is an atmospheric orgy of sensuality. Twisted in its depiction of a naked man, contorting in bouleversement, slick and wet with emotion in large white tiled room. The stark lack of color allows one to focus on emotion, which exudes from the Lars Von Treir type cinematography. [...]

A Great Book About Women Photographers by Lorette C. Luzajic Photography is a way of seeing with a third eye, of looking at that which is not before you. Who has not spent a part of their youth, chopping and gluing with stubby fingers images from National Geographic? Reassembling these strange pictures, we created panoramas [...]

Writer and artist Lorette C. Luzajic has designed a minimalistic yet striking new collage series. Her goal was to focus on composition, utilizing less imagery and concentrate on form. Here are some sample pieces… P blue and purple composition

Present at the Light Art Biennial Austria (Biennale für Lichtkunst Austria) was an installation created by Manfred Kielnhofer titled “Glowing Light Ball Bench” . The simply designed bench consists of three light balls and two wooden board perforates that lay over the light balls.

Architecture buffs rejoice. Frank Lloyd Wright drawings are now available at which showcases prints from museums across the globe. Here are some samples… Frank Lloyd Wright, Edgar J. Kaufmann House, “Fallingwater”

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