“By definition, a typology is an assemblage based on a shared attribute. Patterns, both visual and intellectual, resonate and reveal themselves within collections. Information not apparent in isolation becomes visible in context - only through studying groupings are we able to discern similarities and contrasts. In observing collections of similar things, the beautiful variations become evident. And the closer you look, the more you see.”  - Diana Zlatanovski  In order of appearance:  Edward, Kaitlyn, Kelly, Julia, Casey, Grant
       
     
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 “By definition, a typology is an assemblage based on a shared attribute. Patterns, both visual and intellectual, resonate and reveal themselves within collections. Information not apparent in isolation becomes visible in context - only through studying groupings are we able to discern similarities and contrasts. In observing collections of similar things, the beautiful variations become evident. And the closer you look, the more you see.”  - Diana Zlatanovski  In order of appearance:  Edward, Kaitlyn, Kelly, Julia, Casey, Grant
       
     

“By definition, a typology is an assemblage based on a shared attribute. Patterns, both visual and intellectual, resonate and reveal themselves within collections. Information not apparent in isolation becomes visible in context - only through studying groupings are we able to discern similarities and contrasts. In observing collections of similar things, the beautiful variations become evident. And the closer you look, the more you see.”

- Diana Zlatanovski

In order of appearance:

Edward, Kaitlyn, Kelly, Julia, Casey, Grant

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Grant_k_typology.jpg