JOANOFARC-1I recently bought this splendid poster on Society6. It’s rather splendid in a number of ways.

  • A Smiths lyric in large, bold type. And a Smiths lyrics that happens to be from the Smiths song I probably identify most with.
  • The type is on a gloriously grungy photo of an epic Joan of Arc in armor and carrying a sword. I am a sucker for medieval anything. Especially swords.
  • It was designed by Anna Dorfman of Door Sixteen, whose influence of style is found in my home.

I have two RIBBA frames I needed to put to use since I found them in As Is at IKEA. Kismet! Plus, it’s in my main color scheme, and looks great opposite the giant Morrissey poster, and this little There Is a Light needlepoint…JOANOFARC-3JOANOFARC-2

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Hi! I'm a graphic designer, photographer and female person. I live in Minneapolis with my husband Alan and our baby son Alexander and baby cat Arya.


Design, Home Goods, Office

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