Tag Archives: Jean-Francois Rauzier

Hyperadvertising in Russia

Roy Lewis has sent two marvelous illustrations, below, that remind me of my post on the “Hyperphotography of Jean-Fran├žois Rauzier,” in particular his “Versailles,” above, which I used to illustrate a number of posts a year or so ago. When … Continue reading

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Hyperphotography of Jean-Francois Rauzier

Consider this an ad, gratefully posted, for the photographic work of Jean-Francois Rauzier, who once gave me permission to use his “Versailles” (above) with a column. Here is some of his wonderful “hyperphotography,” a sort of detailed architecture montage of … Continue reading

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Excuse my bro’ bias, but …

Here is a comment from my brother Tony. It is a remarkable insight about architecture that might otherwise be embedded (that is, hidden) in an exchange between him and me after my post on Aaron Betsky: Dave, yes, cat’s out … Continue reading

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