Sisaret is the Finnish word for sisters. This print is dedicated to Esa’s late mother and all other sisters. In the 60′s and 70′s there was an unwritten rule in some churches that women shouldn’t cut their hair but wear it in a topknot (pingstknut in swedish), the tighter the better. To get the right feel for this print we took pictures of timber in the Finnish countryside. These are the first prints of Sisaret and there is more to come! If you would like to carry one of these rare beauties, you find them at Supermarket or NDC.
Camp meeting in the late 60′s, Finland.