Lynn Goldsmith is known for creative photographic sessions with many of the hottest rock musicians and rock groups on the scene. She has more than 100 album covers to her credit. She’s also known as a director, writer, artist and celebrity portrait photographer. Once in a while, even, she photographs little building models and connects them with dancing legs. She what??
Yes, it’s something Lynn calls pattern interrupt. “Photography is passionate. It’s difficult maintain a high level of passion all the time. We all need a break occasionally.”
Her idea for photographing small statues of buildings and landmarks came from the animated features of trees dancing with each other, each tree having its own distinct personality. Living only a few blocks from the Empire State Building, Lynn found it easy to perceive it as the center of New York City. And although she originally photographed live models’ legs for the figures, she found plastic dolls’ legs “more silly.” Other buildings and landmarks include the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Eiffel Tower, Washington Monument, Coliseum and Chrysler Building.
We think they’re creative, fun and most assuredly a pattern interrupt.
More images after the jump!