Did any one get a chance to see this marvelous documentary when it came out several months ago? It's about the life and work of photographer Julius Shulman who recently passed away. He was the "It" architectural photographer and had worked consistently since the '30s. He photographed everyone from Frank Lloyd Wright to Frank Gehry and a who's who of famous architectural beauties in between. The documentary is narrated by Dustin Hoffman so I bet it's a treat to watch. Here's the link to the film's site: Visual Acoustics.
P.S. Sarah of Wallspank has featured me on her blog today. Here's the link ----> WALLSPANK! Thank you so much Sarah!
Happy Hump day folks!
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