Monthly Archives: February 2011

3 for 3- Abbott, Evans, Bourke-White

Team Elledge recommends  American Modern: Abbott, Evans, Bourke-White at the Art Institute of Chicago.    Three of the most important photographers of the decade each share a unique, independent point of view of documentary photography.   Words cannot express what your eyes will see and what your soul will feel … Continue reading

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Slowing Down with the Leica X 1

Team Elledge believes slowing down the process often creates stronger results in the the final work.  When recently viewing the contact sheets of Robert Frank at the Tate Modern we noted that he made only one to three frames for each classic image in the iconic … Continue reading

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The Woodmans

Over the weekend, Paul and Leasha checked out  the movie “The Woodmans”  in Chicago. For fans of Francesca Woodman, it’s a must see documentary.  If you’re not aware of her work, she is perhaps the perfect artist “stereotype”– talented, young, intense, sexy, and dead.

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Cash Project

Team Elledge loves all forms of creativity.  Those that know us, are aware of our fond feelings for music and Paul’s history of creating music videos, editorial content and album art. Last Saturday, Paul heard an interesting NPR story on The Johnny Cash Project.   Check … Continue reading

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Take a walk, take a look, take a picture…

Team Elledge had back to back projects in London this past week.  In addition, we had two adult “snow days” spent in London due to the Chicago airport closing.  Inspired by the motion and print elements of our two projects, we were … Continue reading

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