Creative Director for Homepolish, hugely popular Instagrammer, and soon-to-be author Orlando Soria put Livestock Framing to the test in his own home renovation project, Orcondo. A photography major in college, Orlando printed and framed a series from a photograph he took in his hometown of Yosemite. Against the dark blue walls, we think the black & white photos in white frames look very sharp. It was featured on Style by Emily Henderson, Design Sponge and more.
On his blog, Hommemaker, Orlando wrote “The wall opposite the bed had a long, horizontal hole in it that was just begging for a panoramic piece of art. So I came up with the idea to create a large scale photograph of Yosemite (my hometown), so I could see it every morning when I woke up.” Not a bad view, first thing in the morning.
Here are a few things Orlando had to say about his experience with Livestock:
“I had no idea how the quality of these prints from Livestock would turn out. When the photos arrived, I was extremely pleased with the quality of the prints. No weird digital noise or fuzziness. They’re art quality prints and they look great.”
Thank you, Orlando.
– The Livestock Team
To learn more about Orlando, visit his life and style site, Hommemaker. To see Orlando’s Instagram posts on Livestock, click here and here.