Issue 8 of Télégramme is here – a little late but better late than never, so they say. It’s a compact issue this season, feature photography from: Dora Kontha, Marija Majerle and Michael Anaya – thank you, for agreeing to be featured and for lending me your beautiful work :)
Same deal as always: If you like this issue I’d love it if you would please considering sharing it. Tweet it, post it on Facebook, write a blog post about it – whatever you feel like doing is a-okay by me. I don’t make any money from this and I never will, but I’d love to share these artists with more people, and the only way I can do that is if you guys get on board too :)
Let’s get some colour in here. Spring has officially sprung and I’m so glad; I need the light in my life to make me feel whole. What better way to celebrate than with some yellow?
On a bit of an instagram kick lately, so here are some of my favourites from my favourites. Click through for links to the original, and to follow if you desire.
F5 your brain with these soft tones and bright colours captured by Laura Redburn.
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Howdy kids – just a super quick update today to remind you that, if you want to, you can follow Télégramme with Bloglovin. If you want to make sure you never miss a post then Bloglovin’ is a great way of following all your favourite blogs :)
Apropos of nothing, here are some nice animal photos. Click through for original sources!
Unsplash is a really interesting idea. It’s been around for a while – you might have heard of it, you might not. 10 new photos every 10 days published with a Creative Commons Zero license, which means you can basically do what you want with them.
Stock photos are generally sneered at as being too corporate, posed and fake but the photos from Unsplash are about as far from that idea as you could possible get. I’ve picked some of my favourites to showcase, just because. They really are beautiful in their own right, I think.
(You can click through to download them yourself, or visit unsplash.com to subscribe to the sets)