For over 10 years, Sam Javanrouh‘s photos have captured the beauty and chaos of Toronto streets. His web site, [daily dose of imagery], has been one of the world’s most popular photoblog web sites. Javanrouh’s images dispel the notion that Toronto’s architecture and public spaces are uninspired and ugly. His visual tone is what attracted Spacing magazine to his work, spawning a long-lasting partnership between the photographer and publication.
Now that Javanrouh has retired his popular web site, the exhibit, “A Decade’s Dose of Imagery”, presented by Spacing, explores his archives and celebrates the city’s first photoblogger to gain both international recognition and a global fanbase.
About Sam Javanrouh
Iranian-born Canadian Photographer, Sam Javanrouh is probably best known for his award winning photoblog [daily dose of imagery]. ddoi is known as one of the most celebrated photoblogs worldwide. Sam is a Creative Director at Optix Digital Pictures, a Visual Effects, Animation and Post Production company.
Spacing and Sam Javanrouh