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This month's focus on wallpaper was sparked from a Russian photographer whose body of work focuses mainly on shooting interior spaces. Olga Chagaoutdinova's work is incredibly raw and in some cases, surreal. She sees beauty and art in places others might simply pass by, dismissing it as a pile of garbage. What those who pass by don't see is that, by capturing these images, Chagaoutdinova has created a window into someone's life a reality still if you will. This feeds out base voyeuristic tendencies, and we all have them, admitted or not. How else can you explain the wild success of reality television or the popularity of websites like theselby.com?
Wallpaper is a unique and economical solution for transforming mundane surfaces into vivid masterpieces. Our in-house designers fine-tune and transform your image of choice onto custom-made panels of wallpaper. Allow yourself to explore the possibilities of textured and non-textured wallpaper without size limitations.
David Maurice Smith is a Canadian photographer from Whistler, BC now living and working abroad in Sydney, Australia. He moved down under for a challenge and is loving its constant inspiration and vibrant photography culture.
We asked Farmhand Fatima Travassos, one of our designers here at Farmboy, to choose one of her favourite images from our Stockyard collection and tell us what she likes about it.
Why do you like it?
Formerly a lone ranger in a forest of pencils, Rune Davidsen is a beat-junkie with diamond-tipped needles stuck in his tonearms. All vanity aside, Rune is a complete novice when it comes to the art of mixing records. Just to set the record straight; he's not here to bring balance to the force like Darth Vader on the cross fader.
As always, The Stockyard features some of the latest stunning