You know, I’ve never really stopped to think about where the images, that are printed on items, are coming from until I visited Janet’s Zibbet shop JDLord. Silly I know, I guess I’ve always just taken those images for granted, never really giving it too much thought as to where they came from. Most times I think I just see them as massed produced images, but regardless, they had to be taken by someone, and they really should be appreciated. Having now realized this, (yes, I know I’m a little slow) I’ll be sure to give the photographer some credit and consideration, for a beautiful photo that catches my eye, even if it’s printed on a toaster cozy! 🙂
Janet has really found a way to display her photography in a unique way, and I’m sure you’ll love them as much as I do.
An excerpt from Janet’s Zibbet profile: “I have enjoyed taking pictures since I was young. My first camera was a small rectangular Kodak camera. After that I had a polaroid camera. In high school I moved up to a Pentax K 35 mm camera. In college I was on the yearbook staff. Now I enjoy designing things with my photos, like my umbrella designs.”
I hope you’ll take a moment to stop by JDLord and see some of the cool ways she’s using her photography.