Thursday, May 7, 2009

David Jivin Fine Art Photography

A few weeks ago I hung out with Dave at his Manhattan apartment and helped him photograph some of his fine art photography. He creates collages of several photographs to make an entirely new pattern. To describe his work he has coined the phrase, "Photo Plexus."

His work draws you in. At first you notice a pattern, then when you look closer you can distinguish the individual shapes that make up the whole, and when you look even closer you can start to figure out what exactly the original photograph is. Each piece needs to be viewed at several different distances. Every time you get closer or farther away, you see and appreciate something new.

Here is one of my favorites that has been cropped in tighter and tighter:






He chose this image as his portrait for his website:


I prefer this one:


You can see more of his artwork at his website:
David Jivin Fine Art Photography

3 comments:

janis upton June 9, 2009 at 9:52 PM  

Wow, you really made it clear...it is beautiful and original!

janis upton June 9, 2009 at 9:54 PM  

the 3D ones are soo cool in person...difficult to see in these photos

janis upton June 9, 2009 at 9:55 PM  

wow, you really made it so clear...and see the originality and beauty.

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