Luigi Ghirri (1943–1992) spent his working life in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy.
In 1978 Luigi Ghirri published Kodachrome, a book of his photographs that touches on many of the subjects that defined his career, including windows, billboards, murals, and other sites where, as he put it, “the world of signs merges with the physical world.” Ghirri wrote eloquently about the power of the image in contemporary life, especially in relation to photography: “Beyond all critical and intellectual explanations, beyond all negative aspects it might possess, photography is, I think, a formidable visual language for fostering this desire for the infinite that inhabits each of us.” Source
Die Katze ist mein täglicher Begleiter auf meinem Bildschirmschoner.
Terry Winters – patterns in a chromatic field
Anonymer user Beitrag: “Ich habe es wegen der Grafik ausgewählt. Mir gefallen die verschiedenen Rottöne und dieses mosaikartige Zusammenspiel. Es erinnert ein wenig an Marokko.”