Find me at Jena Ardell Photography
I know, I’ve been on a real photography binge lately but there are just so many wonderful photographers on Etsy. Creative, whimsical and beautiful. Today I’m featuring the lovely Polaroid photographs.
I’ve been using the new Fujifilm Instax lately and it’s pretty addictive. Not just because it’s instant but because of the cool effects of washed out, high contrast pictures you can get from them.
I can’t help it, I love things that look retro and Polaroids are just that. Retro and fun.
Find me at Emporium 51
Find me at Green Island Studios
Find me at Is Photography
Find me at The Dizzy Pixie
Find me at Futurowoman Fotographie
Find me at Velvet Images
Find me at Violet Julia Photography
Find me at Susannah Tucker Photography
Posted in 2011
Tagged butterfly, emporium 51, Etsy, forest, futurowoman, green island studios, is photography, Jena Ardell, photography, polaroid, rabbit, retro, susannah tucker, the dizzy pixie, velvet images, violet julia
Alice in Wonderland was such a huge part of my childhood and has ultimately created an entire fashion and design culture. Written in 1865 Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was an absolute dream, literally. Lewis Carroll was, in reality half Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, an academic and half the writer who created one of the most wonderful and influential children’s book of all time.
He based the main character Alice, on Alice Liddell, the daughter of a colleague.
Nowadays, almost every girl is in love with the whimsical world of Alice in Wonderland, myself including and everywhere you look rabbits, tea cups, clocks, playing cards and chess are a constant reminder of this beautiful dream of a story.
So to celebrate my love and re-reading of the gorgeous book, I am featuring vintage tea cups I have found.
What a beauty from beekeepervintage , I love the soft colors and the vintage floral design.
Roses on a tea cup from TheCupboardShop Heaven!
I love the color on these pretties from fanciness.
Now these babies from seaglassvintage look like they would have been favored by the Mad Hatter himself.
I couldn’t go past this tea cup for it’s gorgeous lemon color and art deco-esque style from EmilyLynch.
This is so retro 60’s. So fun and funky from Kimaroo.
This set is so soft and pretty from roadtripvintageshop.
Posted in 2010
Tagged alice, book, cards, carroll, charles, chess, clock, cup, dodgson, dream, fashion, hatter, in, lewis, liddell, lutwidge, mad, rabbit, tea, vintage, wonderland