postcards from “Unseen Thessaloniki “

Ever since I completed “Unseen Thessaloniki”, it has been on my mind to offer not only limited edition fine art prints, but also some more affordable options. So, it is my pleasure to be able to offer you quality posters from any picture that is part of the series, as well as a postcard set that contains all the pictures with a brief text on their back! 

The posters’ dimensions are 30x40cm (11,8″x15,7″) and they are printed on 130gr opaline paper. Perfect on any wall, or as a gift to a fellow photography lover! 

The postcards come in a set of nine, featuring all the pictures in the series, matched with a brief description on their back. Their size is 12x12cm (4,7″x4,7″) and they are printed on 300gr opaline paper. Such a cute gift idea!

See all the images in the series here. If you are interested in a poster or postcard from any other image in my portfolio, please send me a message with your inquiry. 

As always, limited edition, signed and numbered prints, on archival quality fine art paper are available, in three editions and sizes:

Editions of 15, 30×30 cm (11.8″x11.8″)

Editions of 7, 50×50 cm (19.7″x19.7″)

Editions of 5, 75x75cm (29.5″x29.5″)

This year I am doing a print giveaway on Instagram to celebrate both my birthday and the completion of the “unseen Thessaloniki” series! One of you will win a small limited edition print from the series (30x30cm). Go to my instagram profile to find out how!

I don’t know how I managed to forget to post this here! Oops, maybe those sleepless nights are to blame. Oh, the joys of motherhood… Well it’s never too late!

For my birthday this year, I decided to do my first print giveaway! One of you will get to win a limited edition, signed and numbered 30x30cm print, of your choice! The giveaway will be open for five days, until March 15 at midnight. For a chance to win, visit my facebook page to see the rules and enter! There is still one day left! Good luck!


Hello! A quick note to let you know that my prints are now also availabe through the online art gallery Saatchi Art. All the prints are limited edition, signed and numbered, printed on archival quality fine art paper with a 1cm white border.

From the Saatchi Art website:

“Saatchi Art is the world’s leading online art gallery, established with the goal of helping people all over the world connect with art and artists they love. We offer an unparalleled selection of paintings, drawings, sculpture, and photography in a wide range of prices, and provide artists worldwide with an expertly curated environment in which to exhibit and sell their work. Based in Los Angeles, Saatchi Art is redefining the experience of buying and selling art, making it welcoming and accessible for artists and collectors alike.”


This last week has been all about prints for me. I took three of my pictures to the printer to make some test prints so I could keep them at my home. At first I wanted to frame them, but then I decided to mount them and hang them as they were for the moment. I suppose a simple black frame around them would look really nice, but the paper’s texture would be lost behind the glass. Well, since they were made for my own pleasure, I decided to leave framing for another time. I hung them on my living room wall and I have to confess that I can’t stop staring at them! It’s so amazingly surreal to actually hold your creations in your hands! If you are interested in your own prints, limited editions are available! Just send me a message!


one 50x50cm print and two 25x25cm, all with a 2cm white border, printed on archival quality fine art paper


my prints hanging on my living room wall

A couple days ago, my picture “misidentified” was published in the greek photography magazine “Fotografos“! The issue focused on self-portraits, so naturally I submitted mine too and this one was selected for publication. This is my first printed publication and again, the feeling is surreal! I am so happy and proud and so motivated to go on!


a close up of my picture and the short description I sent in


the whole page

I am very determined to continue buiding my portfolio, which at the moment is quite small. I have a couple pictures that I am currently editing and I am planning to shoot as much as I can during the summer, despite of the really hot greek summer. People have started to ask me to take their picture, which is really flattering but also quite stressful. I am up for the challenge though!