Teo Jasmin is the brainchild of Angeline Brailly, who takes different collections of photos and digitally prints them on all kinds of home furnishings, from settees and dining room chairs to throw pillows, lamps and wall art.
The photographic subjects include scenes from Paris, New York and London. Pop art images include Mini Coopers and buildings, dogs (even wearing tiaras), Asian art, Indians, and historical figures.
Implications - Fusing photography with home decor demonstrates how consumers are looking for ways to bring little bits of the world into their living rooms. Companies can capitalize on this need to access the world by incorporating foreign items and designs into their products so as customers feel as though they have access to the world at large through these commodities.