My son is studying American history in 4th grade. Benjamin Franklin. The Revolution.
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own. I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before. In this new revised thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project
Craig Oppenheimer, Wonderful Machine Just as often as I consult with photographers when they need pricing and negotiation support, I work closely with agencies to oversee projects from initial photographer recommendations through production and retouching.
The New York Times Sunday Magazine Design Director: Gail Bichler Director of Photography: Katherine Ryan Art Director: Matt Willey Deputy Photo Editor: Jessica Dimson Associate Photo Editors: Stacey Baker, Amy Kellner, Christine Walsh Photographer : Christopher Griffith Heidi: You shot Sean Hannity for the cover of the NY Times magazine? Where did the shoot happen and what was the mood on set? Christopher: We set up an entire studio on the set of the Hannity show at Fox News in midtown Manhattan
Jason Elias Who printed it? The promo was printed by Paper Chase Press in Hollywood – http://shop.paperchasepress.com/ . They are super easy to work with, their color and print quality are pretty high, so I’m always happy with what I get.
Everyone I know hates this time of year. People get sick.
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own.
Craig Oppenheimer, Wonderful Machine Concept: Portraits of multiple vehicle owners, as well as images of the vehicles by themselves, each in unique locations.
St+Art / Sassoon Dock Art Project Content Director and Photographer: Akshat Nauriyal Assistant Photographer: Pranav Gohil St+art Urban Art Festival has transformed Mumbai’s Sassoon docks Mumbai’s oldest fishing community into an exhibition space with graffiti and art installations. Their mantra is ‘Art for All’ aims to showcase art projects in public spaces making art accessible, removing the experience from conventional gallery space and embedding it within our cities making art truly democratic and for everyone. Arjun Bahl, co found and festival director said, “the whole idea was to bring art to a certain sect of the community who usually don’t interact with art.” A photo installation in association with the Inside Out Project covers the warehouse walls as you enter the show. Started by French artist JR, the “Inside Out Project” celebrates local identities and stories using large-format street paste-ups.
Daymon Gardner Who printed it? Grossman Marketing, handled by Julie O’Gorman http://www.grossmanmarketing.com/ Who designed it? Ben Tousley http://www.wilkerton.com Tell me about the images?