splendiferoushoney:by Kindra Nikole."Where are you?' seemed spoken amongst…
So much depends on the door you enter to begin a journey, no matter the distance you think you are going. Is it a good door?
Reading while waiting for the train-- especially when I'm making my way home from the library, with that book I can't help but start to read.
Even though I was alone in this bus, I almost couldn't hear my own thoughts. / Seule dans ce bus, je m'entendais pourtant à peine penser.
"Through drawing on train tickets I wanted to connect the official documentation with the regular people I see on my commute to college.
Photogravure by Robert Rauschenberg Soviet/American Array VII.
What is there about little boys and trains? Charming black and white old-timey photo shows their train love has not diminished in 100 years ~ Little boy talking to the locomotive crew, Waterloo Station, 1924 From Southern Railway’s advertising
"Museumsinsel" - Limited Edition Print by Stephanie Jung for Curioos
Assemblage / Collage, Mixed Media ""On The Drive In"" Square sections, textured sections.
The journey theme Lee Friedlander - Reflections and cars.
likeafieldmouse: “Lee Friedlander - Mannequin “Friedlander roamed the sidewalks of New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco, focusing on storefront windows and reflections, which speak.
famous photographer research project- Lee Friedlander
"New York, gelatin silver print by Lee Friedlander Photo: Lee Friedlander
“yama-bato: Lee Friedlander Mannequin New York City 2011 gelatin-silver print ”
Lee Friedlander’s New York City Mannequins - The New Yorker
Lee Friedlander Mannequin New Orleans 2011 gelatin-silver print
Ed Ruscha, 26 gasoline stations, 1962
Lee Friedlander, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco and Pace Gallery, New York
Legendary photographer Lee Friedlander exhibits his work Nudes and Mannequin at the Pace/MacGill Gallery
Lee Friedlander (b. July is one of the great American photographers… Above - Lee Friedlander: New York City, 1966 - Gelatin silver print (Carl Jacobs Fund)