William Lobdell’s “12th Street Bridge” employs a warping perspective, not unlike a fisheye lens, that distorts and curves the buildings on both sides of the alleyway.
William Lobdell’s “12th Street Bridge” employs a warping perspective, not unlike a fisheye lens, that distorts and curves the buildings on both sides of the alleyway. Leopold Gallery
William Lobdell’s “12th Street Bridge” employs a warping perspective, not unlike a fisheye lens, that distorts and curves the buildings on both sides of the alleyway. Leopold Gallery

William Lobdell’s works at Leopold Gallery rediscover Kansas City through found objects

December 26, 2014 06:01 AM