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by F C Wells Jr
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Our luxuriously soft blankets are available in two different sizes and feature incredible artwork on the top surface. The bottom surface is white. Our 100% polyester blankets are available in two different styles: plush fleece and sherpa fleece. Plush fleece blankets are soft and fluffy on both sides, whereas sherpa blankets are smooth like a soft sweater on the artwork side (i.e. shorter threads) which provides for a sharper image. Looking for a recommendation? Go with a 60" x 80" plush fleece blanket. It's soft and luxurious on both sides... the artwork looks incredible... and the size is just right for everyone.
F. C. Wells, Jr. created an imaginative rending of the view from his Manhattan office, where he worked as an architect. He titled it Urban-itis as an... more
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F. C. Wells, Jr. created an imaginative rending of the view from his Manhattan office, where he worked as an architect. He titled it "Urban-itis" as an expression of the ills of city life during World War II.
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Jeremy Butler set up a darkroom in his parents' utility room while in high school in Phoenix, around 1970. He pestered his friends relentlessly and ruthlessly throughout the 1970s--constantly thrusting the camera in their faces. But he never could afford to print all the images on some 100 contact sheets. Now that he has a scanner, he's gone wild rediscovering the images he shot during that decade. I guess it's just the law of averages that some of them are quite good. In the 1980s, Jeremy began shooting more color film. He had no access to a black-and-white darkroom and so the impetus to shoot B&W gradually faded. And he was an early convert to digital photography as the 20th century came to a close. These black-and-white images...
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