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Sunday, October 15, 2006

Reflexive architecture



The photo will share more secrets if you click to enlarge it.

11 comments:

Ulla said...

Lori, thanks for visiting my blog! I love your witty drawings and delightful photos...

MjM said...

Damn girl! You got the mad drawing skillz!

Especially the facial features - deft, nicely proportioned, sculpted. Nice work!


MjM

Refugee from Reason said...

Okay, "Rear Window" comes immediately to mind, as it was shot, well, the murder scene anyway, just a few buildings east of our coop in NY (also the then apartment where I grew up). Here's a bit of bohemian tidbit: Mabel Dodge's salon was just a few doors further to east of that set, but also on the same block.

That said, I may be old, but not at all old enough to remember Mabel, or her coterie who declared from the Washington Square Arch "The Republic of Greenwich Village."

raindog said...

hey ... that looks like my uncle you've sketched out there. anyway, very stunning photograph. good to have you back and the posts a-flowin again.

Lee said...

great sketches from your trip...watching people is often my favorite activity while away from home...welcome back!

ThomP said...

Lori's gone CRAZY! everythings been pulled apart...

Ed Maskevich said...

So, does this really mirror your thinking?

MB said...

Love these anatomical bits, and the photo. Fractured vision that coheres around a theme.

benconservato said...

Beautiful photo, fun to figure out where exactly you are... still don't know, but I think you are outside, unless it is an open plan building.

Dave said...

Nice pairing of sketch and photo here. It speaks to me.

marly said...

Like the teeny tiny hidden man in the photograph. Perhaps one of those sketches is his face.