#219: Bell Curve of Adoption


This week, an article in the New York Times about Richard Avedon’s project “In the American West” has us discussing legacy. Who really owns your work after you’ve gone? Also, can you overshoot your own “creative sweet spot” only to end up in uncharted waters? We use the work of fantastic painter Andrew Salgado as an example. Plus, when do you give in to technology, even if it means changing a workflow that has worked for years? Janette Beckman is our Photographer of the Week.

Dia Art Foundation – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Robert Irwin: All the Rules Will Change – Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Avedon, Unsigned – The New York Times

Avedon on the App Store

Andrew Salgado

Storytelling on Vimeo

David Korty Example #1

David Korty Example #2

Janette Beckman – Photographer

Janette Beckman – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Leon Bridges (@leonbridgesofficial) • Instagram photos and videos