It's definitely time for a Saturday Sweets post again, don't you think? Here is a big bag of eye candy, enjoy!
China by Pieter Stockmans, from Serax
Today was the last day of class at the Interior Styling Master Class at Beckmans Akademi
. It was also the day when Lotta announced which picture from our graduation project (styling a set photographed by Petra Bindel
at Färgfabriken) that would be published in Plaza Interiör
. As it turned out, she chose three pics instead of just one. And my photo was among the chosen ones, along with Maliin Stoor's
and Monica Hökars' photos! I still can't quite believe it!
Unfortunately this also means that I can't show the winning photos here before the magazine is in stores. But I promise to blog it as soon as I can! Luckily, there are 11 great photos from the rest of the class that weren't chosen for the magazine, and hopefully I will get my hands on them soon...
But I can't make a blog post without pictures now, can I? Of course not. So I figured this would be a good time to show you some of our teacher Lotta Agaton
's less known photos. Most of her images have been around the bloggosphere a billion rounds, but these haven't, so I think they feel quite fresh. Enjoy!
Going a bit soft today with pictures from Femina
magazine. The first five pics are from Danish designer Naja Lauf
's home and the bottom two are from an old dairy factory.
Pictures removed on request of the photographer.
We had another still life practice yesterday at the Interior Styling Master Class at Beckmans
. Our mission was to create an advertising photo for one or several products from Lotta Agaton Shop. It was lots of fun, and so exciting to see how much everyone had developed! Elin Strömberg
was our photographer for the day, and she did a great job again, as you can see below. I am really happy with my photo this time, I feel like I found my style now.
This weekend is spent at Färgfabriken, shooting the graduation projects. I am already done, and I must say it feels good. I think the photo will be ok... I will publish the photos from this later, as they all need to go through some retouching etc.
Below are yesterday's still lifes. Enjoy!
Styling: Anna Gorecki
Styling: Emma Fexeus (me)
Styling: Monica Hökars
Photo: Kristiina Kurronen
Update! This giveaway is closed. Congrats Isabelle
I think it's time for a giveaway! How would you like to win a print of your choice from Nordic Art House? They offer a large range of great art prints and photos, all limited edition, by Swedish artists and photographers.
To win, just tell me in the comments below which art piece caught your eye, and why you should win it. The best motivation wins! The competition will be open until Friday March 9.
I believe it's almost that time of the year again... Spring! Every year when the temperature rises and the days get longer, I start to like colours. It's the same every year, and still every year I get worried that my tastes have some way changed into something weird that I'm not quite comfortable with. And I get these worried emails and comments from my readers, wondering the same thing. However, I think I have learned by now that this is a passing phase that I go through every year, and come out on the other side at the end of summer, still preferring the calm base of white, black, grey and wood. So don't get worried if you see a bit of colour on the blog in the coming months. It will pass. :)
With all that being said, here is a bit of soft colour for you! Check out the whole post on Dos Family
for more pictures.
Ps. Please let me know what you think of my new blog design! Good, bad? Any bugs?