Louise – LA Marler – is an American Contemporary Photographic Pop Artist based in Los Angeles.
Her original contemporary color photography blended with graphic design creates the iconic typewriter art, keywords, as well as other analog themes: vintage camera art and retro radio photographic pop art. With a range of mechanical and digital techniques, LA Marler’s unique contemporary style is shown in museums, galleries, private collectors, films, tv and contemporary art lovers internationally.
Photographic Pop Art ~
Using an ultra-modern photographic vocabulary, LA Marler transforms simple photographs of typewriters into pop-art insignias in her exclusive collection, Famous TypOwriters. The Famous TypOwriters is unique in that each famous author’s typewriter art is personalized for the beloved writer’s style. LA Marler photographed Ray Bradbury’s and Orson Welles’ actual typewriters with the permission of Steve Soboroff, who owns the typewriter collection. She then creates contextually detailed images to transform her photos into graphic photo collage homages.