All posts tagged: negative space

Biking DC: Set Them Free

 For too long the bikes of DC have been chained and forgotten, it’s time to set them free. It’s time to go for a joy ride. They miss you, take them out for a spin. Break the chains –> Bike DC Adams Morgan Dupont & Logan Circle SET THEM FREE The National Mall Logan’s Circle Adams Morgan  . . . Posters coming soon Advertisements

Rear Window

Rear Window, by the infamous Alfred Hitchcock, takes its roots from the short story “It had to be Murder” by Cornell Woolrich. “It had to be Murder” is a story seen through the eyes of a man who we barely get any background story about, in fact we don’t even get his name until about two pages in, because the story isn’t really about him. Hal Jeffries has broken his leg and has to stay at home until it gets better, as a man who doesn’t take any interest in reading books or any other activities, he takes to watching his neighbors. Day in and day out, Hal watches his neighbors, and eventually becomes accustomed to all of their little ticks and norms. Hal knows his neighbors daily schedule so well that one day when he notices his neighbor Lars Thorwald acting a little bit off, he becomes suspicious. Long story short, Hal believes that Mr. Thorwald killed his wife and although he has no evidence calls the police on him, who also in turn …

Word Photos of the Week

This week I decided that I would pull my inspiration from the all encompassing Instagram, and my favorite photographers. Here’s how it’s all going to go down: WORD {Picture} Photographer (Instagram name) and additional info  [link] (all photos following the ones with the photographers Instagram name are also by them.) Please note that none of these photos contain teenagers posting about their favorite latte/food. RESPECT. MOTION CLUTTER TEXTURE HARD REFLECTION SOFT PORTRAIT BALANCE SERENITY NEGATIVE SPACE Ashley’s contribution: SOFT I honestly couldn’t tell if my word meant soft as in soft light, or take a picture of something that looks soft. Probably the first of the two, because that sounds more classy and photographer-y. But I went for both . . .  . . . cause I’m an overachiever (all day, every day).   . . . Until Next Week.