Photographic art that you can wear – Winnie Denker’s fascinating view of the Eiffel Tower.
A unique, extra large square shawl. By Stylejunky.
This frog perspective of the “inside” of the Eiffel Tower is simply breathtaking and unique. Photographer Winnie Denker captured it on the first of January 1986 when this famous steel construction was lit up from the inside for the first time, shining brightly as a diamond. Nowadays a visitor platform on the first floor prevents you from having the same perspective.
Wide angle view with total sharpness, made with a plate camera in the very rare 8 x 10 size.
Winnie Denker is one of the few photographers in the world who makes use of an analogue process that is ideal for large sized prints. As a digital image, it’s detailed and distortion-free and is accurately portrayed on such very soft fabric on which it can be difficult to print.
100% modal: Smooth flowing. Crease-resistant. Durable and colourfast.
Clearly bigger than normal 90 x 90cm (35.4" x 35.4") square examples, it can be worn in various ways as a shawl or wrap, but you can also choose to use it as a beautiful wall decoration.
140 x 140cm (55.1″ x 55.1″). Colour: Black/white. 100% modal. Hand wash. Made in Italy.
Winnie Denker – Renowned photographer of world heritage.For the first twenty years of her career, Danish born Winnie Denker was a jewellery and fashion photographer. Later she took photographs of wildlife and architecture for travel and lifestyle magazines. Currently living in Paris, she works mostly on behalf of UNESCO taking photographs of the most beautiful and unusual views of our world heritage sites, preserving them for future generations. Her photos are true works of art and require risky poses, lots of preparation and patience. They can be viewed in various photo books, in changing solo exhibitions all around the world and in the permanent collection of the State Hermitage in St. Petersburg.