BBG Shop: Print Collection

1 May 2015

The photos you lovingly hang on your living room wall, the starting point of conversation when the family visit. The artistic creations that line your stairwell, sharing stories as you clamber the stairs at night fall. The little pieces of magic that you collect, love and cherish.

There is something untouchable about the connection between an image and the person viewing it. Something magical about making your mark on your own space, decorating the walls with images that allow you to escape into another world. Images that inspire, dream and captivate.

With this in our minds and hearts, we introduce the Boys by Girls Print Collection. Following on from our 'Boys at Home' Exhibition in 2014, our collection includes 12 exclusive Photographic Prints, previously published by Boys by Girls. The collection includes images from photographers Cecilie Harris, Georgie Wileman, Sophie Mayanne and Alina Negoita, across a set of images that explores the intristic beauty of youth and boys' surroundings. Bringing our photograpy and vision closer to home, this enables each of you to let yourself get inspired in your own home, walking past a beautiful print every day. Each of the images in the collection are now available to purchase online here.

Above : Boys by Girls Photography Print Collection.

The collection features visions of Stockholm from photographer Cecilie Harris, striking portraits from Georgie Wileman and Sophie Mayanne, as well as beautiful images from Alina Negoita. There is also one limited edition print available in the collection!

Each print will be printed on C type photographic paper, in A3 size, with optional black framing to create the perfect piece for your home, wall or space - bringing a little piece of Boys by Girls beauty to you day upon day.

Print Collection
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