Last week I received a surprise box of wonder through the post full of so many things it felt like Christmas. The beautifully wrapped parcel of fun was from my Instagram buddy who runs the delightful blog Letter Loves and it was filled with all the little things I love from vintage cats to rock’n’roll ephemera to a troll ring. So random but so perfect were all the things I unwrapped that I ooh-ed & coo-ed on the couch for at least an hour. There was even the tiniest notebook in the world ever, can you spot it in the photo above? Continue reading »
I love how you’ve successfully matched cult b-movie horror with country kitchen twee with your plate designs. Tell us more!
As a child I used to watch all the gorey classics (Night of the Living Dead, Nightmare on Elmstreet etc) with my older brother, and then go off and immerse myself in my world of Barbies, Sindys and Sylvanian Families. The juxtaposition of styles is something I’ve continued to express into adulthood. During my Photography degree my signature style was serious themes disguised in kitsch. Today I am a medical photographer, documenting the ailments and injuries of the general public and in my spare time, I rescue crockery. Apparently, the two go hand in hand! Continue reading »
E L I Z A B E T H L E S L I E !!! Big congrats Elizabeth, I’ll send you a little email to let you know how you can claim your sparkling new Diana F camera from the good guys at Lomography.
Looks like it’s going to be a super sunny day so I’m going to take my Diana to the seaside.
Have a fun weekend everyone!
I’m absolutely loving using my Diana F and can’t wait to post about my latest roll of film which I can happily report was so much more successful than the first roll. Phewee! If you too would like to go on an adventure with Diana, it’s super simple to enter my giveaway.
I’ll announce the winner next Thursday 12th June. Good luck!
One sunny Saturday in May, I set off on an adventure around my neighbourhood with the hope of capturing some of the local character with my zany zebra camera the Diana F by Lomography. Continue reading »