This range features a photograph taken at ‘Den Gamle By‘ (The Old Town) here in Århus, Denmark. It actually depicts an apothecary’s workshop, but the tools and items it contained made me think of a kitchen scene.
In January 1999, I used some inheritance money to travel to a place that had captured my heart as a child, and became a passion for me in adult life: Antarctica.
The journey was an amazing 3 week whirlwind adventure of ice, whales, penguins, the sea, serenity, solitude and of course photography. I think the final count of photographs I bought home was somewhere in the 600 range, and for many years now they have graced nothing but the inside of a photo album and a few frames on the walls of the various homes I have had between then and now.
Now, I have decided to add a selection of these photographs to products at ‘Lee Lee and the Bee‘ for others with the same passion for the frozen south as myself.
As of writing this, the range and selection is still very new, and I am currently in the process of uploading more products, but below you will find a preview of the awesome and inspiring ‘Antarctica‘ range.
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Fully customisable business cards featuring “lomo” style photography and some straight up art are now readily available to order at Lee Lee and the Bee.
The cards are sold in packets of 100 and there is a scaling discount for multiple packet orders. There is no minimum order quantity, and your order ships in 24 hours! So you need not wait too long before you are handing out unique and memorable business cards to your clients.
Standing Stones, business card template by kasei_lee
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Before The Harvest, business card template by kasei_lee
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If you like the look of these designs, and you have an idea you would like to see me try my hand at, why not send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org