Thursday, 21 February 2013

The John Dugdale School of 19th Century Photography and Aesthetics






The above shows a short film about the building of a new school by famed photographer John Dugdale, who is blind. It offers an intimate look into his life in his upstate New York farmhouse and his mission to create a one of a kind school. At the end, there's an opportunity for people to purchase specially prices limited edition prints to help build the school.

 It is such a wonderful project, I have one of John prints and they are just very beautiful objects. Those people who follow my blog in the U.K can view a permanent collection of his Cyanotype prints at the Ralph Lauren store in Piccadilly, often when I am in the area I drop by and have a look.

 To learn more about the project visit http://www.thejohndugdaleschool.com/

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