Welcome to another edition of Webfinds Wednesday! Today I would like to give you a nudge into the direction of Judith Hoffman’s Flickr Page. This is not exactly a new find for me. Flickr tells me I have been following her stream for 84 months now, which is almost exactly 7 years. If I remember correctly, it was her copper books which first got me interested in her work. And while the copper books sure are amazing (copper is so beautiful!), what I find fascinating about her photostream is that she constantly experiments with new techniques and ideas, and very freely and openly shares her results and experiments. Whether it be instructions how to build a pinhole camera, how to solder copper, image transfer techniques, experiments with polymer clay, how to ship artwork, or eco or rust prints, you can find this and much more among other photos about studio visits or her pinhole prints.
Of course she also has a website. If you just want to see her artist books you can find dedicated galleries there. And there is also a list of downloadable tutorials by her. But make sure you do not miss all the other fun that can be found in her Flickr photostream!
Her work ranges from serious over funny to beautifully crazy. So, if you really have not seen her work yet, do head over there immediately. – Enjoy!
(All images in this post by Judith Hoffman, used with permission.)