Artist Creates A Giant Anamorphic Tribute Portrait Of James Conway Farley Using Thrift Store Clothing – Design You Trust

Artist Creates A Giant Anamorphic Tribute Portrait Of James Conway Farley Using Thrift Store Clothing


In a site-specific installation for Family Day at the Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia, artist Noah Scalin used thrift store clothing to create a giant anamorphic portrait of James Conway Farley, a renowned African-American photographer in the 19th century

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