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Selected Works by Julius Friedman

“Best known for his photography, Julius is rarely without camera either in hand or at least within easy reach. Regular walks at his Oldham County farm as well as daily strolls along the urban streets around his downtown design studio have yielded a vast collection of images of environs with both breadth of range and depth of discovery. A Friedman photograph of dew on a blade of grass or a staple—and refuse–covered utility pole allows the viewer to see once "invisible" objects with new wonder.”

Artist Cheryl Chapman, Images & Ideas Julius Friedman

“One gets the sense from talking with Friedman and looking at his posters that he doesn't agonize over the concept. Ideas seem to spring quickly from conversations with a new client or from his mental warehouse of collected images and information. Once he has an idea in mind, he goes about creating the image – no laborious layout and sketches, but a previsualized image to be realized. Although the idea may seem to come effortlessly to Friedman, the creation of the photographic image is a labor of love.”

University of Louisville Power Creative Designer-in-Residence Leslie Friesen, Images & Ideas Julius Friedman

 

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