Ready or not for christmas decorations? The whole christmas thing catches me by surprise around this time every year. I’m not ready. We have perfect christmas weather here with a light snowfall in the air (complete with delayed public transport and the sound of cars struggeling to get up the cobble stone hill outside my … Continue reading
We asked our new artist Liesl Pfeffer to let us in on her work process, and she sent us these pictures from her studio in Australia: I have actually never met Liesl in person, but other people witness that she is as nice in real life as she comes across in emails. Apparently she has … Continue reading
Have you already found us on Facebook? If not, this is a good time to join us. Right now we have a give away on our page. Like us on www.facebook.com/upyourwall for your chance to win an exclusive print by Liv Enqvist!
I know I promised an update from Botswana, but inspite the strive to be a new ICT HUB the internet penetration in the country is still not even 3%. This means I have been struggling with my updates the past week. But that could also just be a bad excuse to get more time to … Continue reading
Speaking of Liv Enqvist and offices, here is three of her collages that we sold exclusively during the launch at PUB earlier this autumn (see pictures here). Now they are hanging at Frilansbyrån and their lovely office at the beautiful Östermalmstorg in Stockholm. Frilansbyrån is an agency providing freelance creators within advertising. Visit Frilansbyrån (in … Continue reading
Here you can see Liv Enqvist’s collage “Telepati” at the office of Printworks! Printworks is a company based in Västerås, Sweden, working with graphic design, digital print, on-demand print and solutions in information logistics. Up Your Wall are proud having a print of ours on view at their office! Buy “Telepati” by Liv Enqvist here … Continue reading
I leave you for the weekend with these animals i found at Niotillfem. Next time you here from me I will be in Botswana! Have a great weekend!
November 2010 – Liesl Pfeffer has been using the tropes of travel photography to explore the concept of photographic truth. “Souvenir” consists of photo-media collages depicting imaginary foreign landscapes, including mountain ranges, fjords and lakes, inspired by and referencing the composition of vernacular travel photographs.
You have heard of The Selby, right? I just found out that you can read the whole book The Selby Is in Your Place online untill friday. Find it here! Enjoy!
Remember this? Time to show you the result: Carl Bengtsson and I took the pictures in a brief break from the rain we have had the last couple of weeks. And it turned out it was probably our last chance to catch the yellow leaves before they all fell off or turned brown. As you … Continue reading