Jan 21, 2010

by English Muse

Hello. Its Liss here from Daydream Lily filling in for Tina whilst she is on her way to beautiful Paris.

I’ve always loved pairing two separate images together on my blog to tell a mini story. Its alot of fun to match the images looking for color tones, composition or elements that will go together. I never knew this had an official term until Tina did a post about a diptych artist. I love learning new words!! and this one sounds so strange, don’t you think?

(featured diptychs by Danske)

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16 Responses to “For the love of diptych”

  1. Eva says:

    thanks for teaching a new word πŸ™‚
    And those diptychs are really gorgeous! I love the one with a rose and slippers with ribbon. I guess I'm that romantic πŸ˜‰

  2. Ms Smart says:

    good combos

  3. Federica says:

    How lovely! Great pics!
    Have a fantastic day and don't miss my First Anniversary Giveaway, today on Sweet as a Candy!


  4. Victoria Stitch says:

    this is my new word for today! i like the cupcake pics, makes me wana make one too!

  5. Miri says:

    oh, those are amazing! Hope for triptycs in the next post πŸ˜‰


  6. dana says:

    your blog have received this award..
    look in http://plusdidequedargent.blogspot.com/2010/01/sunshine-award.html
    ciao dana

  7. Ta says:

    i really love how wistful these photos seem. They're lovely.

  8. Giulia says:

    Yes, & now some triptych. πŸ™‚

  9. Polly R says:

    Beautiful pictures! And I agree, diptych is a weird word. And so is triptych! xx

  10. Whimsy Being says:

    Great photos and pairing! THanks for introducing me to a new terms as well!

  11. Sundari says:

    yeah photo narratives are great. and when you get three together it's a triptych! πŸ™‚

  12. vanessa joie says:

    I love Jen's photos so much! Great choice. πŸ˜€

  13. Sari says:

    I just learned that word too! I love it but not as much as I love they way they look when they are done right. These are perfection! Thanks for sharing.

    XOXO Sari

  14. jaunty magpie says:

    So charming! The photos have the color palette of feminine soft pastels, but they still have a strong, rugged edge to them, which makes it a compelling collection to view.

  15. See Hear Say says:

    learning something new today as well! πŸ™‚

  16. Kelly says:

    Love the photos and the new word. The colors are so perfect!

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