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WE'RE MOVING! 🌿 Our Beacon store is now closed. Online orders placed now will ship after our break (estimating 10/15). And a massive THANK YOU to our amazing Beacon community, customers, and neighbors…we will miss you, but we’ll only be a click away. 💙✨ WE'RE MOVING! 🌿 Our Beacon store is now closed. Online orders placed now will ship after our break (estimating 10/15). And a massive THANK YOU to our amazing Beacon community, customers, and neighbors…we will miss you, but we’ll only be a click away. 💙✨

TALFOTO STUDIO // Floral Notecard Sets

Orders will ship when we return from break.
Estimated date: 10/15.


$18.00

TALFOTO STUDIO // Floral Notecard Sets

Orders will ship when we return from break.
Estimated date: 10/15.


$18.00

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I've had the pleasure of knowing and working with Brooklyn artist and photographer Tal Shpantzer of Talfoto Studio for many, many moons now. I am beyond delighted that she now offers her gorgeous photography on these beautifully printed notecard sets. A gorgeous and personal way to send flora of a different sort.

Set of six boxed 5 x 7 blank folded notecards with envelopes

About TALFOTO

Photographer Tal Shpantzer has been based in New York since 2000, Tal has spent several years studying & shooting in Tel-Aviv, Prague & Europe after graduating from The Minneapolis College of Art and Design, with a B.F.A. degree in Photography/Media Art (Honors).

Tal’s work has been published and exhibited nationally and internationally. Her image-making and photography has been recognized by HBO, MTV, TOPMAN, Generation Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine and Vogue.it. Most recently, her work can be found in New York Magazine’s blog, Refinery29, W Magazine as well as HBO’s True Detective & The Upside feature film.

She is the recipient of a Soros Center for Contemporary Art grant for her Limbus Diary series, and a Morrison Vanderlip media award and is currently working on her first book publication.