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Who's Next 2012 Interviews: Cococerise

Let's discover the third artist who was at Who's Next: Cococerise! Go through her blog and you will understand that she loves all forms of creation. We invite you to read this interview to know more about her!

Name : Marjorie
Web Site / blog : cococerise

Hello! Can you introduce yourself in a few words ?
I am a creative dabbler: I love to write, shoot, draw, imagine and craft things! My blog is the best playground for combining all my desires.

What are your favorite working techniques ? Which materials do you work with?
I especially like blends of textures, so I mix a lot of materials: leather and wool, metal and fabric… For the techniques, it is the same, I experiment a lot! Sew, knit, paint, leather work, depending on the projects and the inspiration.

What are your sources of inspiration?
I’m a big fan of pictures, on the internet (blogs, Pinterest…), magazines, books or videos. A color or a detail, can lead to an idea. But I’m also inspired by clothes or accessories I see during my shopping to customize my wardrobe.

How will you deal with the customization of our camera La Sardina? Do you have any ideas?
For this project I wanted to work with leather, a timeless and noble material which will fit nicely with the Sardina. It is not a coincidence if analogue lovers often offer a leather case to their camera! But here, the idea is to move away from the sobriety of the leather and have fun with shapes and colors.

If you could go where ever you want with this camera and a roll of film, where will you go and would you shoot ?

I would love to shoot a sloth in South America. I’m a big fan of this happy/placid animal!

Thank you Marjorie for answering our questions !

With the new La Sardina DIY Edition you can have it all your own way! Put your artistic talent to good use and decorate it any way you want. Thanks to the interchangeable panels and special ink permeable material, letting your imagination loose on the La Sardina DIY couldn’t be more fun!

written by fredericdith and translated by fredericdith

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