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Aline Diépois and Thomas Gizolme

A house is really silent without a child…
Yesterday: Day off for Steve and I to spend time with Mila
Babycinno and pain au chocolate for breakfast…
A trip to the cinema to see Mr Popper’s penguins…
A surprise Batgirl costume hidden in her suitcase…
Le Chat rolled in a tube for a friend
Little slices of banana cake to eat in the plane and she was off…
10 days in France to be a grand-child, to be loved and spoiled.

This morning, I discovered the work of Aline Diépois and Thomas Gizolme, two Artistic Directors and Photographers that live and work together and I’m in love with their work.
The atmosphere, the childhood memories, the slight touch of melancholy that come out of their photography touch me. It was the same sensitivity that appealed to me when I was admiring the lookbook of Zef and I know why now.
Aline and Thomas make wonderful images, a beautiful book that is now on my wishlist, inspiring video (Take me anywhere) and my world… a more peaceful and beautiful place.

C’est tres silencieux une maison sans enfant…
Hier: Steve et moi avions pris la journée off pour etre avec Mila
Babycinno et pain au chocolat au petit déj…
Une petite excursion au cinéma pour voir Mr Popper’s penguins…
U cadeau surprise sous la forme du costume de Batgirl caché dans sa valise…
Le Chat roulé dans un tube pour une amie
Des petites tranches de banana cake pour manger dans l’avion et puis elle est partie…
10 days en France pour etre une petite-fille aimée et gatée par ses grand-parents.
Ce matin, j’ai découvert le travail dAline Diépois et Thomas Gizolme, deux directeurs artistiques et photographes qui vivent et travaillent ensemble et j’adore leur travail.
L’atmosphere, les mémoires d’enfance, la petite touche de mélancolie qui se dégagent de leurs photos me touchent. C’était la meme sensibilité que j’admirais dans le lookbook de Zef et je sais maintenant pourquoi.

Aline et Thomas créent de jolies images, un beau livre qui est maintenant sur ma wishlist, une vidéo qui inspire (Take me anywhere) et ils rendent mon petit monde… un peu plus calme et beau.

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Founder of Award-Winning Concept Store BODIE and FOU (now closed) & Photographer, UK's Top 10 Design blog, mum of one cool surfer, 23 years in London, now living by the beach in France, married to a kiwi.

7 Comments

  1. These images are so moving! I got a sense of melancholy for my own childhood and for my quickly-growing daughter. Thanks for sharing this beautiful work!

  2. Your home and family are your nest, the center of your life, the hub from which all your daily experiences extend. Both as children and adults, our home and family are where we should feel most comfortable in the world.

  3. These photos are amazing. They look like they’ve been taken 30-40 years ago…just like the ones I find in my Mum’s photos cupboard. So artistic to produce images with this retro effect.

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