This winter, I want to put some of our holiday and personal photographs into books. Real life, paper, page turning books! Artifact Uprising is a company that does an amazing job at this. I love their mission:
LEAVE A LEGACY / we believe in the story that is archived for future generations. we believe in moving stories off our computers…and into our lives.
I think it’s one of the greatest tragedies when your photographs are sitting on your computer’s hard drive, or on a folder inside Facebook. Like anyone, I love a bit of screen time! And I love Instagram. But I still believe your personal photographs deserve a little more credit.
It’s really nice to have photographs in your home that remind you of the happy/joyful/best day of your life moments. Not only that, having your photographs displayed inject much needed life and character in your home.
I thought it would be fun to show you how I display some of my own personal photographs in our apartment.
I’m not saying I’m the best (by ANY means) at this, but I know it’s important so I’m trying to improve.
Our framed photographs are by Leah Kua.