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Leah Giberson’s prints of mid-century homes

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Giberson camulet

The stunning image above is part of Leah Giberson's Camulet series based on photographs of mid-century houses that she's found through Flickr. Her original medium is paint but she also sells limited edition giclee prints of each piece. This print is part of an edition of 100, costs $30 and is printed on paper approximately 28 x 22cm. 

She also has produced series of images based on chairs and swimming pools. Like the image pictured, they show apparently unpopulated landscapes and portray a very evocative slice of Americana. 

See her work online

One thought on “Leah Giberson’s prints of mid-century homes

  1. “giclee” is just a pretentious euphemism for inkjet print. But it sure does sound all fancy and expensive.

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