polaroid day book…
Posted in books, paris: made by hand, photographers February 8th, 2011 by pia

Dear Amanda just announced on her blog that a few of her beautiful polaroids have been featured in a gorgeous book in Korea called “Polaroid Day“. And I’m a bit thrilled to see that one of the polaroids chosen from her extensive collection feature my very first book as a prop. Super cute!

This looks like a gorgeous little bound treat for polaroid lovers & photography enthusiasts. You can read more about the book on Amanda’s blog,  mockingbird.

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  1. Amanda says

    guess i should have asked your book’s permission to shoot it, hey? it was a very good and co-operative model 😉

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  2. pia says

    I think my book secretly loves to be shot by you, it might not tell you so(it’s a shy one), but I know that’s how it feels. 🙂

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  3. Connie says

    Fantastic! Congrats! I love the Polaroid comeback and the instant nostalgia it brings!

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  4. Charlotte says

    lovely post – it makes me smile to think of the way we’ve moved from paper publishing to virtual and back to books again. Somehow they’re becoming even more precious this time around. Treasurephemera
    And great to hear you’re in Australia now. Welcome back!

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  5. beth says

    I love how supportive you are of other people’s creative endeavors. Your excitement is contagious! xo

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  6. Julie-Inspired says

    This book is beautiful, I just got a little sneak peek on another site today. I hope all your projects are going perfectly for you and I suppose you’re getting used to your new surroundings!

    February 9th, 2011 | #

  7. MissHeliotrope says

    Have been in hospital for a while & am enjoying not just catching up, but the beauty of your photos & the things in them. It gives me quiet and uplifting pleasure to be able to see such things – and come back to them.

    PS – about the exclamation marks, where I once worked, someone senior referred to them (& snootily, my boss using them heaps) as “indicative of the moderately educated woman”. which we felt was going a bit far. On the other hand, your not using them does not make the text dull in anyway, promise. Just dont start on smilies…(I use dots & dashes too much).

    February 10th, 2011 | #

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