For 20 years Papermoon Diner has been serving up yummy comfort food to the community of Baltimore (and beyond) with their quirky personality–their interior and exterior design says it all. To celebrate their 20th anniversary they wanted a portrait taken of all their staff members to express their gratitude for all their hard work while doing it with style and smile.
Every spring Papermoon Diner pulls out all the work for their garden. I love the symphony of colors from the flower, mannequins, and the general decor all throughout. For the spring garden last year I used a fisheye lens to distort the perception, but this year I brought along my Fuji FinePix IS-1 for infraed photo to give it a different reality. I had fun photographing this year’s garden–can’t wait to see next year.
If there is one thing Papermoon Diner knows how to do is to astonish people. David Briskie is the artist who is the brain child of Papermoon’s decor and this year he went all out on their garden. It is purely a “wow” experience for your eyes. If you are in the Baltimore area, make sure to visit their garden and stop in for a yummy shake.