…in the late 1800′s, that is. This is a book of stock certificates, from the Wells Fargo Bank corporate archive. As much as I love computers and the internet, and everything that digitization has brought us, will bits ever look like this?
Entries from January 2012
January 31st, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized
January 27th, 2012 · 3 Comments · Projects, Uncategorized
Wells Fargo has released the book I shot for them. It’s an interesting, illustrated history of the West, through the lens of Wells Fargo, which, of course, has done more than just banking. I was trying to dream up some clever exposition about it, but it turns out the inside leaf has it covered: “When [...]
January 3rd, 2012 · No Comments · Product
I suppose it’s a reliable question: put expensive things with cheap things, or put expensive things with expensive things? Contrast or complement? Tension or calm? It’s not like you have to commit to one path or another for a lifetime, but within one photograph, you do. 30″ Pearl Strand with Diamond Clasp at Kathleen Dughi [...]