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I’ve printed very many posters and since I’m right now adding more images to my shop I need to make space in my studio for new work. The posters are offset printed on 120 g matte paper in the size of 27 1/2 x 39 1/4 ” ( 70 x 100 cm). The lightness of the paper make them perfect for folding.
I love the way the folds add texture and a 3D feel to the poster. The folds catch and change with the light in a room. You can easily pin or tape the poster to the wall or frame it or use clips or glue it or any other way.
Folding the posters also make them easier to handle, the shipping cost less and perfect for a SALE.
Visit my etsyshop!! https://www.etsy.com/se-en/shop/UlrikaEkblomPhoto
Watch me folding posters in this film from my studio.
Big Size Paris Poster from Ulrika Ekblom on Vimeo.
Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014
Thursday, August 21st, 2014
These are a few images from the Chocolate feature I made with Mia Öhrn for the Swedish food magazine Allt om mat. I also took the photos for her book Franska bakverk ( French pastry). You can se more from Franska bakverk here. And more of Mia Öhrn here.
With this cookbook we wanted to get a crazy feeling of party. A party with no responsibilities, no worrying just happiness and good food, good drinks and happy people! I can promise you that this is a book filled with great recipes. The food is good, interesting but still easy to make as always with Liselottes food. Making and eating this food will make you happy!
With the props we wanted the same crazy no worrying feel. So we collected a pile of shiny, patterned, monochrome, well pressed, wrinkled, colorful, white, black fabrics. With this we got some old darkened silverware at inexpensive thrift shops. We already have lots of props in our studio so we used some of that too. For backgrounds/backdrops we got different rock materials, metal, copper. But we decided from the beginning not to use any wood at all since we have used so much old wood lately we needed a break from it. No wood was our only regulation otherwise we wanted no rules for the props as well. But we still love old scratched, worn wood…
Jonas Larsson made the great design and Kakao Förlag is the publisher.
To get the book: go to a real life bookstore (in Sweden) or online to Bokus or Adlibris.