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Cause and Effect in Two Photos

March 12th, 2014

Water Colors by Jann Alexander © 2014

Cause: Gridlocked Effect: Water Colors

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It’s All About Your Perspective

March 9th, 2014

Vanishing Austin_Overtowering Sandy's by Jann Alexander © 2013

In Austin, Texas, we take our local landmarks seriously, and our city ordinances decree that new high-rise condos must not exceed the height of our beloved homegrown businesses. Take Sandy’s Frozen Custard, for example. Sandy’s is about as beloved and homegrown as it gets, and it occupies a prime dab of real estate just over Read More

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Austin Business Journal Looks Back Over 30 Years and Finds Vanishing Austin

December 29th, 2011

In a special issue examining 30 years of business trends in Austin, Austin Business Journal devoted a two-page spread to Vanishing Austin by Jann Alexander—showing “some of the landmarks

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CultureMap Discovers Vanishing Austin

September 30th, 2011

Vanishing Austin, the ongoing photography series by Jann Alexander that captures the scenic gumbo of Austin’s landmarks, icons and unique small shops, is featured by photo editor Jessica Pages as a top news item at Austin CultureMap.

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You Can Call Us Sexy Anytime!

July 12th, 2011

Thanks, Downtown Austin Blog, for referring to CoCreate as a “sexy new . . . coworking venture designed with the oft-isolated creative freelancer in mind . . . in a modern, hip art gallery (Austin Details | Art + Photo) in a central, walkable location.” DAB writer Amber Gugino nailed our concept when she wrote “that Read More

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Just the Kind of Week That’s All-Austin

June 25th, 2011

It was the kind of week that cuts across all of what Austin offers. Heady contrasts and connections blended what’s old, new and inbetween in Austin and beyond, recounted in Austin Details Artist’s Journal: An eye for the details of art, photography, life . . .

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