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Olivia Locher      

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Olivia Locher is a photographer who recently published a book of photographs called "I Fought the Law" where she documents the breaking of absurd laws. The laws she photographed were both real and imagined. For example, one of them suggested it is illegal in Wisconsin to serve apple pie without cheese.

Locher's work has been featured in several fashion magazines and two solo gallery exhibitions. She has shot for the New York Times Magazine. In January 2017, Locher designed protest signs for the Women's March, hoping tom impact the small Pennsylvania town where she grew up.

In 2018, Locher was recognized as a Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree in Art and Style.

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Olivia Locher on Forbes. ... Locher recently published a book of photographs called “I Fought the Law,” where she documents the breaking of absurd laws, both ...

'I Fought the Law': A candy-colored blend of fact, fiction and ...

The candy-colored photographs in Olivia Locher's "I Fought the Law" depict outdated, overturned (and unreal) laws from each of America's 50 states.

I Fought The Law: Photographs by Olivia Locher of the Strangest ...

From Louisiana's prohibition of public gargling to Nebraska barring parents from perming their children's hair, Olivia Locher humorously illustrates the whackiest ...

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