Stray Light

Photographer David Hartt's documentation of 1970s interior design.
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David Hartt, an artist/photographer and friend of mine, is Canadian born but currently resides in Chicago. He’s shown his work on “Stray Light” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, and at many other galleries and museums around North America. In the “Stray Light” series,  Hartt “records the time-capsule nature” of the interior design of the original 1971 Johnson Publishing Company building in Chicago (famous for its Jet and Ebony magazines). He doesn’t shoot people, instead he focuses on buildings and architecture, yet he always seems to capture how humans interact with physical spaces.

This week’s Frandoms are by Kevin Drew Davis, CCO at DDB Canada.