• Design Free Thursday // Five Classic Cocktails by Jennilee Marigomen.


    Posted on 16th August, by Dana Tomić Hughes in photography, random fun. 5 Comments

    Mojito.

    Bloody Mary.

    Blue Lagoon.

    Tequila Sunrise.

    Pina Colada.

     

    “5 Classic Cocktails” is an illustrated recipe series by Jennilee Marigomen. Such a clever concept with brilliant art direction and styling.

    Jennilee is a Canadian photographer whose work investigates everyday phenomenon. She has participated in exhibitions internationally and currently lives and works in Vancouver.


    [Images courtesy of Jennilee Marigomen.]





  • 5 Responses to “Design Free Thursday // Five Classic Cocktails by Jennilee Marigomen.”

    1. megan says:

      oh this has made my day. i love this shot. love.

    2. Claire says:

      Looking at these images made me feel so happy. What a fantastic concept!

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