Picture Perfect: Power of RepetitionAuthor:Lindsey Shook
Kenneth Brown showcases vintage black-and-white celebrity portraits in a Hollywood producer’s screening room and imparts a great lesson in design: the power of repetition.
Since the images are all framed similarly and hung an equal distance apart, each black-and-white image is the focus. You notice the faces, the compositions, the graphic qualities of each shot (not the frame or the backdrop). This gallery-style display is the best way to present a stellar collection of anything.
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