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

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