Strawberry Fields

Strawberry Fields

When Thai photographer and visual artist Jennel wanted to express the combination of sentiment and a positive perspective that John Lennon hoped to capture in “Strawberry Fields Forever," she sought to combine photography and photo manipulation into a burst of energy!

One of The Beatles’ undisputed masterpieces, the groundbreaking and influential 1967 song was based on John's childhood memories in Liverpool. Lennon described it as one of his most personal songs—"psychoanalysis set to music.”

The song’s infamous “Cranberry sauce” outro, misheard by some fans as “I buried Paul,” became the focus of widespread rumors and conspiracy theories, making “Strawberry Fields Forever” one of the most obsessively analyzed songs in music history.