Portland photographer Lisa Gidley has been playing with blocks in the color darkroom again. I think her photograms (that's latin for photography of grandma's era) are cosmic and terrific. What planet did those colors come from?
Says Lisa: "No cameras, film, memory cards, computers, or printers were used in their creation: just photosensitive paper, a color enlarger head, and a bunch of domestic objects (primarily boxes, vinyl records, and plastic lids)." Top that, MacGyver!
There's a little taste below. More here.