Monthly Archives: March 2014
‘fizzy mellow’ by Rebecca Tun
…is this ‘cool’, or am I going soft in the head? this photoshop edit is something that happened when I was out in a hut in the wilderness for three days with no interwebs. the photograph is from Ålesund, Norway, in April 2013 with a Leica D-Lux.
Who remembers that drink, tropical fruit juice? This zingy picture from 2009 has made a charming comeback today…someone just bought a 8.0” x 12.0” lustre print. Congrats to my model Acacia.
Delighted to announce that the bird is still the word. Someone just bought a 17.1” x 16.0” lustre print of this picture. Well done Elena Tun!
I’ve noticed a theme in some of the prints and cards that people have been buying this week. It must be Spring. This is the Greek goddess Persephone, daughter of Ceres, who was stuck in the Underworld for half the year. The model is Deborah and the picture was taken in my little college room during my Cambridge years where I did spend a lot of time waiting for Spring.
This belongs in a series with Ceres.