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Our Crush this Month: Wall-worthy wine art.




Needless to say, we look through our fair share of wine bottle photos and renderings. So, when we come across an image that stops us in our tracks, we take notice. When we come across an entire portfolio that stops us in our tracks, we need to share it with you, our fellow wine lovers. That’s what happened when we encountered artist Natasha Bacca’s Wine Project series. Even her last name is vino-related; it’s rooted in the name Bacchus, the Roman god of wine. In the series, Bacca captures wine bottles and accouterments in photograms—a camera-less image made through manipulation of very low light in the darkroom. The final works are her dreamy still lifes (like this piece, Story Winery) that are wall-worthy for any oenophile.

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