When I drive everyday and see the graffiti, all I see mostly is this relationship between the gangs in the city and these Rothko-kind images that become these colors on colors on colors. And also the chain link. And I suppose the steel siding and stuff that are actually materials that I live in, which come out of Frank Gehry and out of of Brian Murphy and out of this whole aesthetic. That and the razor wire, in my thinking, are very much part of my concept of what I consider landscapes of LA. — Dennis Hopper
While Dennis Hopper, the acclaimed American actor, filmmaker, and prolific photographer, was well versed in many artistic mediums, he often chose to shoot with Polaroid instant cameras. In the
To see more of Dennis Hopper's Polaroid photographs check out Colors: The Polaroids on Artbook.
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