First up is the very talented Matt Schwartz from She Hit Pause Studios. As I love everything that has an old vintage and collected feel, I fell in love with his incredible polaroid collections. I have referred back to his site several times for inspiration. I love the nostalgia and "unedited" images that come from polaroids and his pieces truly capture that. His work is described as "walking into a memory" and I think that perfectly describes his collections.
I could not wait until next week's post to talk about this second photographer. I came across Liza Berkoff a couple of weeks ago and have not been able to stop thinking about her work. I think she is an amazing photographer and the quirkiness and strangeness of some of her subject matter is what keeps me coming back. I like to think of some of her work as "creepy cool", a term I use to describe the slightly off-kilter but amazing art and objects that I see that stick with me. I would love to hear your thoughts on her work...
This one made me look twice. And then 3 times and four. I would love to happen upon these guys at a bus stop nearby. Curbside by Liza Berkoff.
Look closely. You're not a peeping Tom. Its just a manequin at home in the woods by By Liza Berkoff.
I would love your feedback and comments on the Art Crawl series and today's featured photographers!