Swedish photographer, Tekla Severin, developed her iconic bold and colourful style, feeling uninspired by the minimalistic white and beige abyss of Swedish interiors. It was only natural that she would find inspiration in Iceland's eclectic and vivid structures. Have a look below at Reykjavik through Tekla's lens.
Why do us 'curators' choose what we choose to display and share? What makes a great image? In an era full of Instagram photographers (some of which are very talented in their own right) - what truly defines and separates the masters of Still Life Photography? I plopped myself down on an armchair in my cozy staycation room at Le Pigalle, ordered myself a café crème with the iPad in my room and cracked open 'Visual Feast'.
We found photo series of North Korean Interiors and architecture by the brilliant Oliver Wainwright last year and haven't stopped thinking about it since.
With mixed color palettes of playful pastels, saturated bolds and modern neutrals, symmetric and repetitive 'feng-shui' and room configurations - these relics of communist design bliss have got us itching to hop on a flight and smuggle ourselves into North Korea for a closer look.