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Bright Stupid Confetti

Today at Paul Habeeb's Latest Research, I find a link to the site of Jim Kazanjian -- whose otherworldly photography makes me think of nothing so much as of Escher, as if Escher had come back to life and gotten himself a digital camera and a graphics workstation...
So, wow; that is nice to know about. But on a whim I follow Mr. Habeeb's via link, to Christopher Higgs' journal bright stupid confetti -- and find myself overwhelmed by the insane quantity of beautiful, interesting pictures -- paintings, photography, posters... surrealistic videos... lectures on poetry (in English) by Borges... I'm pretty much blown away by this site.

Update: More info about Jim Kazanjian at artistaday.com, where he was profiled last month.

posted evening of Wednesday, January 27th, 2010
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Hi Jeremy,

Thank you for your kind words about my site! I really appreciate it. & it makes me happy to know that it brings you enjoyment.

I do a new post every Wednesday.

Cheers,
Chris

posted morning of January 28th, 2010 by Christopher Higgs

Glad to hear it -- your single posts look to each contain at least a week's worth of content... I'll come by next week to see what you're up to.

posted morning of January 28th, 2010 by Jeremy

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