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I went to buy some camouflage trousers the other day but I couldn’t find any.

a new tribute by Keephla Kee, 2016

based on a photo by Sven Soares, Berlin 2016

model Rebecca Tun


Mary Martin London Fashion Show – David Bowie tribute

A blog post by Elena Tun

We were beyond excited when we were invited to Mary Martin’s fashion show in tribute to David Bowie. We were also curious to see how she would pull it off; few pop and fashion icons are adored and revered as much as Bowie, so it is a difficult inspiration to live up to. Continue reading


keephla:

rebecca

I’ve posted this before, but now I’m reblogging the one posted by keephla

© Keephla Kee | 2015
model Rebecca Tun


keephla:

rebecca


keephla:

rebecca

drawing by keephla
based on a photo by Richard Maxim

“When you notice a cat in profound meditation,
The reason, I tell you, is always the same:
His mind is engaged in a rapt contemplation
Of the thought, of the thought, of the thought of his name”
– T. S. Eliot


the cat that floats ethereally through windows by herself

another drawing from Keephla Kee, based on this photo by samthedog.

model Rebecca Tun


The flower is the poetry of reproduction. It is an example of the eternal seductiveness of life. ~Jean Giraudoux

new drawing by Keephla 🙂

© Keephla Kee 2015
based on a photograph by Eric Kellerman


a new drawing by keephla 🙂

based on a photo by motelkirkhope


“The Swimmer – painted” by Astrid Strahm | acrylics on Canvas 40×60 cm
This is a painting inspired by one of my earliest photos “The Swimmer” featuring my muse Deborah.


a splash of colours from sister Auntie Debby

(c) Deborah Tun, 2013 . coloured pencil . based on a photo by Steve Taylor, Cambridge 2013

(c) Deborah Tun, 2013 . coloured pencil . based on a photo by Steve Taylor, Cambridge 2013

One of my mini sisters, Auntie Debby, is a budding talented artist. In what seems to have been a rapid burst of creative inspiration she recently produced a series of portraits based on photographs, four of which were of me. I love her joyfully liberal yet totally spot-on colour placement and application. And she’s only 15. Such fun! Continue reading