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New Art for My Walls

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by Emma Elwin on 18 December, 2018

My mission right now is to cover my walls with work by female artists to level up my daily intake of girl power. These posters come from Linkimage and are created by a couple of truly inspiring photographers.
One of them, probably my favorite, is Sweden’s first female Photography Professor, Tuija Lindström – a role model and lead star for generations of young photographers. The picture ‘Cotswold Park’ is part of Lindström’s ’80s series, where each image is produced by hand. The gritty surface – a result of various darkroom experiments – is typical for the style she established in black and white art photography, and looks just as magical today.

Exclusive offer: You’ll get a 20% discount if you type “XMAS” at check out – valid until the 21st of December at Linkimage


1 Comment

Ida: Love the style, such inspiration! Where did you get your frames? X
December 28, 2018

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