Thursday, March 24th, 2011

Luke asked his students to create two images that were nearly identical in composition but had some kind of optical differentiation. These photographs are by Camille Aumoite who is a visiting Graduate student in architecture at the University of Illinois. We thought her approach by using a flash in the second photograph was a simple and direct way to handle the project. As fundamental as optical relationships are in photography we find it necessary for our own

New Catalogue Artist Books

Monday, March 21st, 2011

With our new website, we have added a store for artist books, bound with our assistant and professional bookmaker, Julia Stotz. For the most part we are printing them out in an editon of 10, measuring 8 x 10 1/2 inches. They are saddle stitched and printed in our studio in Chicago with either 9 or 13 images. Jonathan and I think it will be a great way to handle special projects with

Thank You

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

This journal entry is dedicated to all the people that helped us create this new website. First thank you is to Neil Donnelly who designed it. His many hours listening to our concerns will never be forgotten nor will the education he provided. We met Neil several years ago when he lived in Chicago. He has since received his MFA from Yale in Graphic Design and worked with the Storefront for Art and Architecture on their