Photography has been my main spare time occupation for some years now. I have chosen not to put myself in any specific category or niche because I still love to explore everything around me. If one should put me in a category it would probably be the Everyday category with some arty twist. My goal is to capture things I pass in my everyday life or ordinary objects at home and focus on getting details catch your eye.
I once started to capture railways, cargos and train stations with my cell phone and a small pocket camera. I moved on to architecture and street photography. At this time I became very active on Instagram, as @sulanhenke, where I took part of the big architecture community and curated a hub displaying others photos. When I got my hands on a real DSLR I also started to capture people in their work, more scenic photos from around Malmö and take portraits. After a photo project with some cast technicians at the local hospital I had the opportunity to start collaborating with Johan at Karlsson&Ljungström.
The goal with our collaboration was to make a kind of documentary but not journalistic photography showing Johan’s creativity at his workshop and also to find detail pictures with perspective. This kind of photography makes me happy and keeps me motivated because I get to know a person and is privileged to take part of his/her story and work while I’m allowed and able to take close and personal captures. I hope these pictures then mediates a feeling and understanding of the craftsmanship this person is doing. I often think of these projects, planning the next step when I’m taking a walk by the beach capturing jetties or crawling in the dirt to find the best angle to display that autumn leaf.
How to make sure on size selection ?
While seated, place your foot on a piece of paper in front of you.
With a pencil, trace around your foot. Hold the pencil as straight up-and-down as possible while measuring and be sure that your pencil remains in constant contact with your foot during this process.
With a ruler, measure your foot length. Please take the measurements from at the tip of the LONGEST toe and at the back of the heel.
Use the measurement to determine your shoe size on chart.
If you would like to buy half sizes, please contact us for a custom order.
For sizes greater than US 13 (EU 47) you may also place a custom order by contacting us as we can produce sizes up to US 15 (EU 50)
Shoe Size Conversion Chart
Tips on shoe size measurement
Take your measurements at the end of the day, when your feet are the largest.
Wear the socks you'll wear with your new shoes when you measure.
Measure both feet and fit shoes to the larger foot.
If you are doing the measurement by your self, you will get more accurate results if you sit in a chair when measuring. Don't stand.If you have someone to help you take your foot measurement, standing is the best choice.You may take measurements in inches or centimetres.
The size of a shoe may depend on many factors such as the width and shape of your feet or the last of the shoes. Dimensions mentioned on this page are for giving an idea only. Eventhough your measurement is correct, your shoe size may still be different.
Belt Size Conversion
Please measure your waist circumference.
Use the measurement to determine your belt size on chart.
Belts are sized from the tip of the buckle to the middle hole.
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This is a made-to-order product. Because our shoes are hand-painted and couture-level creations, each shoe will have a unique hue and polish, and color may differ slightly from the picture.
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