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How is Alfred Hitchcock connected to Charles and Ray Eames, or famed premier model Peggy Moffitt and actor Steve McQueen?  Did you know that Dennis Hopper was a photographer?  Or that Walt Disney thought Psycho was “disgusting”?  Loris Lora links the movers and shapers of the California modernist movement like no one before her in this luxurious hardback Leporello. Unfurl 4 metres of this gorgeous frieze, unfold the oversize connect- the-dots map inside, and discover that at the end of the day… Eventually Everything Connects!

Loris Lora is a Los Angeles based freelance illustrator and a graduate of Art CentrerCollege of Design in Pasadena, CA. Loris has had her work published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Nobrow magazine. In addition, her artwork has been featured in galleries across the globe. Eventually Everything Connects was a project she started while attending Art Center which highlights the relationships and connections of creatives during an innovative and exciting period in design.

Eventually Everything Connects

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How is Alfred Hitchcock connected to Charles and Ray Eames, or famed premier model Peggy Moffitt and actor Steve McQueen?  Did you know that Dennis Hopper was a photographer?  Or that Walt Disney thought Psycho was “disgusting”?  Loris Lora links the movers and shapers of the California modernist movement like no one before her in this luxurious hardback Leporello. Unfurl 4 metres of this gorgeous frieze, unfold the oversize connect- the-dots map inside, and discover that at the end of the day… Eventually Everything Connects!

Loris Lora is a Los Angeles based freelance illustrator and a graduate of Art CentrerCollege of Design in Pasadena, CA. Loris has had her work published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Nobrow magazine. In addition, her artwork has been featured in galleries across the globe. Eventually Everything Connects was a project she started while attending Art Center which highlights the relationships and connections of creatives during an innovative and exciting period in design.

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