"Photographs: Pearblossom Hwy by David Hockney Where do artists get their ideas? What is perspective? How can photography be like drawing or painting? David Hockney touches on these and other issues while discussing the making of his photographic collage Pearblossom Hwy in this video. "
A small amphitheater in the University of Illinois, my tribute to David Hockney (1937 - ) “joiners”. “Hockney’s creation of the “joiners” occurred accidentally. He noticed in the late sixties that photographers were using cameras with wide-angle lenses to take pictures. He took Polaroid shots of the living room and glued them together as a preparatory work. He realized it created a narrative, as if the viewer was moving through the room. ” - The International Coolhunting Magazine