Due to popular demand, its back, bigger and better!!!! bigger for sure, better is your opinion.
After the photo shoot, while I was editing the photos (which mainly entails cleaning the wall of finger prints, food or other dirt). I realised that it is not a surprise I like the roughness of the screen printing Look at the roughness of the house! That is a polite way of putting it.
The door which photographes so well is pretty much hanging of its hinges, I have realised I will have to find another home for it, so I can keep using it as a background.
*PING* PING* new project... where can I fit a collapsing door in where David doesn't see it or so at least he doesn't have a fit himself... table mmm.. something for the kids ... this must go on ideas page. *PING* PING*
This is at the printing press... where I spent all easter producing work.... with this print though, I think the mistake is the winner.. the colours are less intense. the print is effectively hanging in the bedroom. I am reluctant to sell it. What a rubbish business woman I make. But it has given me an idea to start selling them as GICLEE prints, the touch will be different, but
- I can print on demand
- no need for limits in numbers (I can become Kath Kidston or Steve Jobs of bright colours)
- my kids might start calling me mama again, and not calling my friend Amy their favourite mama.
- They will be cheaper and I can keep on printing mistakes in the press and reproduce the very best one. (the one on my wall effectively)
- I am really bad at reproductions... I am a bit clumsy, though I call it enthusiastic. (similar to my thoughts on dents and scrapes on the car, they are memories of events! I have a lot of memories of the IKEA car park). I can experiment with ideas instead.
Here is that door, cherish its presence. it might be Lottas bed at the next photo shoot.
the mistake that made it better.. If you like it more than the others let me know,
just to show you how glamourous my photo shoots are: