Contemporary Polaroids & Postcards from Sweden and Israel
by Johan Margulis
Fine Art Photography with Polaroid and photos taken with an instant camera/ toy-camera. Two projects in the book: "Polaroid" and "Postcards from Israel and Sweden".
Beautiful pictures taken by the Photographer/Artist Johan Margulis.
I am an artist working mainly with the camera. I love to capture the great feelings. I work a lot with dancers. To know more about me please visit my homepage and my blog.
HI! we're leading the 1°Italian Instant festival, in October in Milan. It will be very important and the first in europe to and in the contempoarry art day. we'll have shows, performance, conferences, workshops, the museum of polaroid cameras and also we'll have a space dedicated to publications on the instant photographyt.If you want to be among the protagonists of this festival with your book. write to: info.polaroiders [at] gmail.com (set subjet: "iso600: pubblication-your name surname") to have more information.Hope to hear soon from you,Carmen
posted at 12:28PM Jun 28 PST
The book has a very spontaneous feel to it, like a diary or journal of everyday life while travelling. And the author associates with many attractive people in interesting locations. The layout of the book also keeps things fresh. Creating art with a limited media is also a pleasing challenge, and expertly executed here.
posted at 08:59AM Feb 28 PST
This is a good effort. The emotion of "real life" accompanies the art... which is what makes it a success.
posted at 10:28AM Feb 27 PST
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