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Naima Karlsson

Naima Karlsson is an artist and musician from London. Her practice incorporates photography, drawing, text and music composition - led by interests in abstraction, repetition, improvisation and the history of jazz. Her main instrument is the piano, in addition to the organ, harmonium, vibraphone and percussion.

Together Naima and Kenichi Iwasa form a collaborative duo called Exotic Sin. The duo play a variety of acoustic instruments, combined with some electronic sounds. Improvisation and live recording are at the core of their musical process. Naima is also an archivist for the art and music of her grandparents, Moki and Don Cherry, and an administrator for their estate.

Click here to visit Naima Karlsson's photo blog on DoBeDo.

Naima Karlsson
DoBeDo TSHIRT #008 BY NAIMA KARLSSON £35
30/01/2013
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Tshirt #008 of the exclusive ‘DoBeDo Photographer Series’ is by London-Based photographer Naima Karlsson.

The ‘Nothing Matters Like Caring’ T-shirt combines two photographs of signs taken in Edmonton, London. The full size image on the back shows the text ‘Nothing Matters Like Caring’. The small blood red image on the front, of a boxer in a bookies window, is intended to sit close to the heart. 

The T-shirt is dedicated to her late grandmother Moki Cherry, her idol and a true artist of life.

Naima Karlsson is an artist from London. She works predominantly with photography, incorporating text, collage, and methods of display.

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NEW DOBEDO PHOTOGRAPHERS SERIES TSHIRT #008 BY NAIMA KARLSSON
13/01/2013
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DoBeDo is proud to announce the launch of the latest Tshirt in the ‘DoBeDo photographers Series Tshirt Subscription’ – #008 by Naima Karlsson ‘Nothing Matters Like Caring’.

The ‘Nothing Matters Like Caring’ T-shirt combines two photographs of signs taken in Edmonton, London. The full size image on the back shows the text ‘Nothing Matters Like Caring’. The small blood red image on the front, of a boxer in a bookies window, is intended to sit close to the heart. 

The T-shirt is dedicated to Naima’s late grandmother Moki Cherry, her idol and a true artist of life.

The Tshirt is now available to buy in the DoBeDo shop or as part of the DoBeDo Photographers Series Subscription.