Fur talesThe photography exhibition of ALICE IN FURLAND inspired by the world of Lewis Carroll was received very positively at MIFUR

Mar 24, 2016
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The photography exhibition of ALICE IN FURLAND inspired by the world of Lewis Carroll was received very positively at MIFUR

TASSATIVA_Johanna-Överfors--Stephanie-Blomqvist-and-Kasper-GustavssonA captivating interpretation of the famous tale recounted with photos by three photographers: Kasper Gustavsson, Stephanie Blomqvist and Johanna Överfors who, for the Universities of Centria and Novia, have given life to a photographic project made entirely in Finland.
The surreal and metaphorical world of Alice has been recreated through a series of fascinating, funny and captivating photos. The expressive landscape of the tale is amplified by the sumptuous fur garments created by students of the fur design course while studying at Centria. The photo shoot, styling, make-up and hair were done by students of the Novia University.
Furs and leather were kindly supplied by Saga Furs, Manifattura Italiana del Brembo, Modifur, Ahlskog Leather and Kvarken Council.

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