The Flame - Brick in the Wall
The Flame - Brick in the Wall

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The Flame - Brick in the Wall
The Flame - Brick in the Wall

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Limited Edition 40 pieces worldwide
Limited Edition 40 pieces worldwide

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The Flame - Brick in the Wall
The Flame - Brick in the Wall

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The Flame

Let your Flame shine bright - you are amazing!

This little angular beauty is a show stopper - perfectly balanced and oh so pretty.

A unique, limited edition, handmade fabric optical frame by 

The Elusive Miss Lou.

Size: 51 - 16 - 143  Shape: Angular

The Flame - Lady Luck

Lady Luck - out of stock until 09-22

The Flame - Black Forest

Black Forest

The Flame - Dragon

Dragon - out of stock until 09-22

The Flame - Brick in the Wall

Brick in the Wall

The Flame - Domino

Domino

The Flame - Breakfast in the Jungle

Breakfast in the Jungle

Luck be a Lady tonight - oh yeah!

Raja Amat, Indonesia – “… had me laughing hysterically as we ate overlooking the beautiful islands of Raja Amat.

 

I had grown accustomed to my semi aquatic life and felt a deep draw towards the jungles of the islands. I organised for a five-day trek through the jungle to see some of the more remote parts of the islands and the views that we saw were simply breathtaking.

 

The islands rising like knucklebones from the middle of the ocean on all sides I felt as though I was standing on the game board of some giant beings.

 

Imagining myself small among the megalithic game pieces I was reminded of our place in the world, and our impact…” - The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 288

Ever seen a Komodo dragon up close - well if you have and lived to tell the tale you will recognise this Dragon skin style.

Berlin Wall – Germany “...seeing the remnants of the Berlin Wall recalls images of brutalist regimes and the suppression of a people. However, one cannot help but be moved by the pieces of humanity, love and endurance they see before them. 

 

Turning plight into beauty is the artistic equivalent of breathing, and Berlin expresses that in all its avenues. 

 

We should never forget what happened, to see that it shall never happen again...” – The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 170

Home - Australia

“…yet on the unfortunate occurrence of his passing, I happened to inherit his cat, one Domino, a black and white short hair of some poise and character. She was a high cat, often sitting on top of one bookcase or another and surveying her kingdom. Something she and I had in common. That is surveying our kingdoms, not sitting on bookcases, although there have been times when a bookcases perspective has been needed, and indeed, helped a lot in the encapsulation and germination of ideas. Domino was the one who first inspired me to travel, to see the world she so desperately wanted to escape to. I had to do it for her, and all the other house bound cats of her generation…” The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 5