Midas touch by Suvi Sievilä
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Midas touch

March 14, 2018

Summer 2016 I went a little nuts about headpieces. It was like a mania. Creative madness. When I saw some color, dead branch, necklace or fabric of what ever, I immediately knew what I wanted to build out of them. All summer my husband was building a new fence for our garden and I was just goofing around with hot glue. I remember many times he opened the door and found me and a big mess on our kitchen’s table. I always took my puppy eyes and said: ”I think this is the last one”…but it never was. I just kept creating. And I think through headpieces I have found something that I really love to do – beautiful pictures spiced with fine art elements full of details and colors. I feel like that I’m also creating new small stories around my creations and new imaginary persons that are out of this normal world that we live in.

This headpiece was number 8, I think. It was one of the most difficult ones to build out of christmas decorations. But I really loved the shape it took.

Larissa, you are such a sweet model, heart of pure gold. I named this picture ”Midas touch”.

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2 Comments

Edward Noble's picture

Wow, awesome work on the props! I like the colour grading too, although perhaps a little over the top, but the photography & composition is great!

Suvi Sievilä's picture

Thank you for your comment, I really appreciate it :)