A selection of my prints from the greenmarket produce scan series – ranging in size from 3 inches to 5 feet! – will be in the (Un)Still Life show at BPL’s Central Library at Grand Army Plaza, opening tomorrow! The show will be up through December 3.
Many of the fruits and vegetables I use in my images came from the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket, just a few steps from the library, so it’s especially nice to see them in the beautiful lobby gallery there.
More information at brooklynpubliclibrary.org
Some guy checks out the biggest print moments after we hung it
Timelapse: installing almost 200 tiny prints covering 9 years of veggie scanography
An image from the Greenmarket Produce Scans series, in Utne Reader Jul/Aug 2011.
I’m still scanning my greenmarket veggies every week. See them all (four hundred and eighty one so far) in the flickr set.
Preparing for a mini-show of tiny veggie photos at the micro gallery at r bean’s baby grand bar in soho, nyc! The show will be up Dec. 1-31.
I’ve been making these veggie pics for almost ten years now!
Keira and I are starting a new daily photo project, inspired by Minty Forest. Each day, in San Francisco and in New York, we’ll look at Merriam Webster’s word of the day and let it influence the making of a photo. We won’t share our pictures with each other until they’re both posted side-by-side. Please take a look at Don’t Wiggle!
clickblog, an Italian photography blog, had a nice little post about my produce scans project. (Here’s an automated translation into English)
The project continues, with 263 fresh & all-organic images so far.
screenshot from clickblog.it
My photo “ong island ail road” accompanied a story in The Morning News today.
The Long Island Railroad is New York’s lifeline in the summer—a fleet of rescue vehicles destined for the beach. For some, though, it’s also a means to find freedom. EMILY MEG WEINSTEIN reports from every station down the line.
If you would like to buy prints of my photos, I’ve set up a little online store at moonmilk.etsy.com. Go! Spend money!