Once again I had a great time working with Ana. As always, we were chasing that little feeling, the bliss of impressions through which we recognize the seasons. When we say season, we definitely do not see only four.
This time, we were chasing the emotions of this beautiful period just after the Indian summer when we enjoy the mild Sun, when is not cold yet but we feel spices more intensively. We aim for earthy colors and when once again Chet Baker reminds me he is one of my all-time favorite musicians.
What better drink in such days but a glass of a red wine! When a wine label holds word barrique it means it was aged in special oak barrels that gives wine thicker and woody taste and scents of vanilla, cloves or cinnamon. Just perfect impressions to express the comfort feeling of these days. It is not fall nor the winter, it is barrique.
I love how Ana thinks of harmony and composition in her photos. It is not only about the visual elements, she also has a finely tuned feeling for combining impressions.
When you buy a Boya piece, you will receive many other nice touches from us. These differ in purpose and content but they all share one important fact – we want to communicate with you! We want to know what you have purchased from us. We would like you to know how it was made. And we want you understand why it was made.