behind the scenes...garage shoot with Surface View...
As the saying goes, 'when the cat's away, the mice will play!'
Jon took his little TR4 to work in the glorious sunshine we've been having recently,
which meant I could sneak into the garage
with just a few bits and bobs to shoot!
Back in January I asked Surface View to provide two
of their products for my You Magazine Vintage Botanicals shoot.
Today I'd like to show you their gorgeous
birch ply print with George Forster's botanical drawing,
painted during Cook's second voyage between 1772 and 1775.
You can choose to have your favourite design
on a variety of backgrounds, from canvas, prints and posters,
to murals, tiles, wall hangings and stickers.
|the garage set up|
|flea market vintage stool|
|vintage task lamp from the mid century modern fair|
|decorative glass bottles Home Sense|
|Home Barn blackboard vintage drawer. flea market vintage milk churn|
|vases from a selection Home Barn|
|behind the scenes-in the garage, with the neighbour's rusty old drain cover too. Jon was not amused!|