The only problem with sharing Todd Baxter’s photography on this platform is that you can’t really see it. Because, you guys, you have to see it in person. (Luckily, this is happening, and we are so there.)
We first came across his photography at last year’s Design Harvest, and it’s not an exaggeration to say that we stared at his work for far too long – clogging their booth and barely allowing anyone else to squeeze in for a closer look (yes, we were those people; worth it). With every image being impeccably detailed – a result of digital collage, and in his words, a lot of time gathering elements in studio, at national parks, and in natural history museums, among other favorite places – it’s all too easy to get lost in thought, nostalgia and wonder – with an added dose of quirk and whimsy for good measure, too.
We are fans. Big ones.
In addition to our continual scrimp-and-save efforts for The One, we’re thinking we might need a big bear portrait on our wall in the future – what’s one more piece of animal art, anyway? So, let’s go on record and add that one to the list (that I’m officially starting right now) of new home wishes.
All photos used with permission by Todd Baxter Photography. See more right here!