The photo project that has eaten my life since June has reached completion! Or at least, has reached the point where I’m launching it publicly.
This is the same project that I was previously showing a proof gallery of in this blog.
In the final form, I’ve got 150 photos of what was written, drawn, and painted on the plywood (and OSB) panels used to protect windows in the immediate aftermath of the killing of George Floyd on 25-May-2020, and of the memorials at 38th and Chicago.
The project name has settled down to being “Words Over Windows”, and the images can be seen on the project’s web site, purchased as a book (through Amazon), or bought as individual prints (through the web site).
First time I’ve tried anything like this—turning a project around this fast, doing my own photo book, offering prints publicly via the web.
Of course I’d appreciate anything readers could do to spread the word about this!