|L'élégance à la française, Boris Lipnitzki|
If you like photography as much as I do, you will be thrilled with my latest discovery. It's called Yellow Korner and it's not your typical photo gallery. First established in Paris in 2006, this gallery-boutique is filled with around 2000 breathtaking photographs on different themes such as urban life, travel, fashion, music, nature, landscape, celebrities and many more.
Why is this gallery so different? Instead of selling one single print at a high selling price, Yellow Korner offers limited-edition photographic prints, which are numbered and sold at starting price of $63 to $3,500. The pictures are all taken by a roster of 250 independent photographers from around the world. That is perhaps why you feel like you have been traveling everywhere after your first visit to the store.
What I find very interesting about their concept is that you can choose from various sizes, not to forget that the final prints can be purchased on a variety of finishes such as plexiglas or wood frames. It's up to you to decide! The only problem will be to narrow down your selection considering the fact that they have so many mind-blowing images in their inventory. I thought I'd share some of my favorites with you. Which one would you pick?
Yellow Korner is located on 1328 Ste-Catherine West in Montréal
|Terrasse de café, Maurice-Louis Branger|
|Model eating berries, Kourken Pakchanian|
|Paris, Peter Turnley|