If you are not familiar with Artifact Uprising and you’d love to print images, they are a great company to work with, I have had my photographs printed with them twice, first in a small set of square prints and now with a large format print. They printed in matte paper and the print does match the colors I see on screen. If you have ever printed images yourself, then you understand when I say printing is a delicate art and they excell at it. I made a self-portrait with the image Artifact Uprising printed.
*The frame was not included.
I want to dedicate this post to OFFON.
The fisrt clothing brand I collaborated with back when I was living in New York. A year after our firts collaboration I reached out to Simona again and this is what I made with the garment she sent me.
It is always a great feeling to work with brands which not only create beautiful accessories but value tradition and create unique pieces. Park Bags story began in Chalepa, where tanneries still work with long-lasting traditions making every design unique. This model is Bucket Bag in Dark Brown.
Collaboration with Park Bags.
I recently discovered a magical spot on my way to the studio. A train ride that has this special something, I don’t know if it is because I am on my way to shoot or if the road on its own has a secret to its influence on me. Between two seemingly unimpressive towns there it was, a place hidden between trees, with a brook reflecting light, and a tree receiving the most magical evening light.
Blouse from: Rawson Chicago
Having a studio in what used to be a paper factory is extremely inspiring. I love imagining people working in a distant time. Old walls, dusty floors, and high ceilings are what makes this studio a perfect home for my forever lasting photographs.
Leather phone wallet from Sjaelv Bags & market bag + tea towels from Rūkė.