Modern Contemporary Design


This Week at Art MoCo


This Week at Art MoCo: Hollywood drama, retro signage, bold cut-outs, light graffiti and Death Valley. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.


Brian Parillo’s black and white photos of Hollywood landmarks reflect the magic of the silver screen…


But the saturated hues of Parillo’s retro signage series give us a Technicolor jolt.


Noma Bar plays with negative and positive space to make statements with bold cut-outs.


Vicki DaSilva uses tube lamps to create light graffiti for photos such as this one in honour of Ai Weiwei.


Dennis Frates now sees his photos, such as this Death Valley panorama, in the publications that once inspired him.

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