Los Angeles, CA, January 03, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- 2007 is here, and the world of Lowbrow art has been searching for a new breed of pin up girl, a new look at the hot rod world, and a way to bring some dignity back to a culture that was never meant to become a fad among teenage girls and come lately hipsters.
Michael Dorman is a part of a movement to keep the soul of Lowbrow culture alive.
Recently included as one of the most influential and up-and-coming Low Brow artist of 2006 by Los Angeles’s Drkroom Gallery, Michael is one photographer who is taking his craft seriously and taken on the task of keeping the culture he loves alive.
For too many photographers, the art of photography has become just snapping off thousands of photos with their digital cameras and praying for one to come out right.
Fortunately for all of us, there is a new wave of cutting edge photographers ringing in the new year.
Photographers who use and hone their craft in such a way as to bring who ever is viewing their work into the world they have created. Photographers who use real film, and compose each shot.
Great photographers don’t simply capture one lucky moment out of a thousand, they live and breathe it, and they make you feel as if you are doing the same.
Michael Dorman’s photography is giving the world something to feel, not just something to see, and 2007 is the year not only for him, but all serious and great Lowbrow artists.
To see some of Michael’s work look for him at the Drkroom Gallery, Los Angeles or check out his homepage at www.dormanstudios.com