ARTmonday: Lissy Elle

I discovered photographer Lissy Larrichia, or Lissy Elle, as she seems to go by, on one of my new favorite blogs, The Jealous Curator yesterday. Her work is incredibly atmospheric and angsty. She’s a Canadian teen (or maybe she’s just beyond teendom now; her Flickr stream started in late 2009). I really love her work—the settings, the dresses, the props, the narratives. You should have a look at her Facebook page too, where she’s posted some of her most recent images.

Golden Hours

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The Play Pretend Princess

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Untitled

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Princess Alyssabeth’s Belated Birthday

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The Big Bad Wolf

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The End of Alice
“The Alice in all of us dies sometime. From personal experience, the Alice in all my friends were stabbed to death the moment they got breasts. Breasts suck.”

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The Snow White Dilemma
“I hung up all those apples today during a thunder storm.”

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Butterfly Effect

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Alice Saw Some Shiny Things
“So down, down she fell.”

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Alice in Wonderland
Inspired by the shirt she’s wearing, purchased at Downtown Disney.

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Impossible Things

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Untitled
“Green grass grows all around all around and the green grass grows all around.”

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Spirited Away

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Get Back In Your Book, Belle
Beauty and the Beast edition.

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I act like a child.
In her fort.

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Seven Fragile Things

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Natural Disasters
“The snow melted, and there was fog, so Thy Cornrows looked so mystical today…”

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One Response to ARTmonday: Lissy Elle

  1. She is fantastic! So original and emotional. Thank you for finding this artist, and others. You have great knack reporting on artists that are doing good, and important work.

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