Sam Javanrouh DDOI at LPD

Daily Dose of Urban Texture


If your RSS or bookmarks list doesn't include DDOI, you really should come out from under that rock. Photoblogger Sam Javanrouh is one of Toronto's most well-known, and award-winning photobloggers and his work has been featured in many local and international media including several times here on blogTO.

Following the successful group showing "the Too-explicit Injustice of Kind Population" at Whippersnapper gallery in December, Sam Javanrouh's portion of the show now moves to Le Petit Dejeuner restaurant where diners can enjoy the visual treat for the month of January. Seeing his work in print is always a pleasure (and the eggs Benedict at LPD are A+).

The series represents a small slice of the extensive collection of Javanrouh's cityscapes and texturescapes taken throughout his travels in the last two years.

Opening: Thursday, January 3, 2008 at 7:00pm
Runs until: Thursday, January 31, 2008
Location: Le Petit Dejeuner Restaurant, 191 King St. East (hours)

Photo by Sam Javanouh


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