by Clare Hillier in New Photography on Thursday 1 December 2011
In 1949, renowned LIFE photographer Gjon Mili visited Pablo Picasso in the South of France. Using a small flashlight in a dark room, Picasso created wildly free and fluid drawings while Mili snapped away. The resulting images are, erm, electric.
Gary Thursday 1 December 2011
If he was painting with light- how the heck did he do it without himself being blurred?!?
matt Thursday 1 December 2011
So is it December 1st or April 1st ?
Nana Friday 2 December 2011
Gary, he probably used the rear flash.
mike Friday 1 June 2012
old stuff, but i just love to see those pictures. If you guys doubt those pictures, this is the work of Gjon Mili, that guy would blow your mind with his technics without even trying. Check out the work of lennart nilsson, the Dali shot of philippe halsman. These guys we’re true masters of their craft, complete control of their work.
Share your favourite cultural finds with the Lost At E Minor community and become famous in the process. Well, kinda.
by Inigo del Castillo
by Rachel Oakley
by Annie Churdar
Don't show this again - I already like Lost At E Minor