Rite Aid 35mm 400 Glendale, CA
The Fountain of Saturn, 1912, Baron Adolph de Meyer
Harold Leroy Harvey - Nu à la rivière, 1920-1930
Sam Winston says: “Initially A Dictionary Story started as a short narrative in which certain words from the dictionary became living characters that met each other – ‘Spring’s next victim was Lawless who was rejoicing in being knocked away from such a boring neighbour as Lawful. Lawless landed straight on top of Lawn which suddenly became very unruly. After some time Lawn was no longer and in its place sat Jungle, happily spreading its creepers across the page.” (+)
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Sam Winston, Dictionary Story Print, 2001, Lithographic Print
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John Lezinsky (USA) - Twelve Stories Inspired by the Mutter Museum | Boy of Bone
Jon Lezinsky was born and raised in Connecticut. He received a BFA in Illustration from Rhode Island School of Design in 1993. His paintings combine traditional media and digital processing to create rich multi-layered works. His work has been published by a variety of clients and has received recognition from Communication Arts, American Illustration, Print Magazine and more. He currently works as a freelance illustrator and designer. Many thanks to darksilenceinsuburbia for introducing us John Lezinsky!