A visit to the Tim Walker exhibition

December 19, 2012

Last weekend I visited the Tim Walker exhibition at Somerset House in London. It has been a while since I had seen anything this inspiring. It really makes you want to be involved in something creative as this.

I snapped a couple of photos with my phone as taking photos wasn’t really allowed. It was fun to see some of the actual props from the photoshoots on display, along with the photos they were in.

Fábio and I, looking at the pretty photos!


If you are not acquainted with Tim Walker’s work you can look at it here . If you are in London until the 27th of January, I strongly urge you to stop there. You won’t regret it and admission is free!

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  • Reply Connie* December 19, 2012 at 19:16

    I’ve always liked Tim Walker and I think it’s great that you’re sneaking your own photos. I’m trying to get better at that myself. Love the new look of your blog! Way cool.

  • Reply pastcaring December 20, 2012 at 07:03

    The exhibition looks great, some beautiful and interesting images. Love the plane! xxxx

  • Reply Hang December 20, 2012 at 08:23

    Cool exhibition. I love the photo with lady in swimsuit and the shadows of you two 🙂
    I just updated your new site to my blogroll. Just found out that the old link didn’t arrive here. Ooops! But I fixed it.

    Have a lovely day!

  • Reply Andrea Deal December 23, 2012 at 21:29

    I’d love to see that show! Tim Walker’s work is pretty great. Thanks for sharing.

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