Category Archives: Travel

Norway Sketches by Laura Murphy Frankstone

Norway is a place near the very center of my heart.  I think Laura Frankstone’s sketches successfully stir the feelings of anyone who has been there because they hint towards aspects of natural beauty and unique light rather than attempt to capture

Norway Sketches by Laura Murphy Frankstone

Norway is a place near the very center of my heart.  I think Laura Frankstone’s sketches successfully stir the feelings of anyone who has been there because they hint towards aspects of natural beauty and unique light rather than attempt to capture

No Lifeguard on Duty – Photographs by J. Bennet Fitts

When you truly love swimming pools you are also obliged to mourn their death. It’s difficult to not drift into the dangerous deep end of sentimentality with J. Bennett Fitts‘ images of abandoned swimming pools, but I think he maintains

No Lifeguard on Duty – Photographs by J. Bennet Fitts

When you truly love swimming pools you are also obliged to mourn their death. It’s difficult to not drift into the dangerous deep end of sentimentality with J. Bennett Fitts‘ images of abandoned swimming pools, but I think he maintains

Color Berlin by Matthias Heiderich

Like most designers, I love Berlin and can’t wait to visit again. But when considering my own photos and memories, color isn’t something I immediately attach to the city itself because so many other elements of form and composition stand

Color Berlin by Matthias Heiderich

Like most designers, I love Berlin and can’t wait to visit again. But when considering my own photos and memories, color isn’t something I immediately attach to the city itself because so many other elements of form and composition stand

Hot Water by Carrie Marill

“In 2006 I was traveling thru France and found brilliantly colored printed “visual aides” at a flea market. Originally these visual aides were didactic drawings used in classrooms in the late 1950’s to illustrate for children different aspects of the world (farming, industry, water

Hot Water by Carrie Marill

“In 2006 I was traveling thru France and found brilliantly colored printed “visual aides” at a flea market. Originally these visual aides were didactic drawings used in classrooms in the late 1950’s to illustrate for children different aspects of the world (farming, industry, water