By now you should our admiration for Swedish photographer Carl Kleiner. With color, food, geometry and subtle wit Kleiner and artist/ stylist Evelina Bratell created this editorial for Blend magazine in which they depict all sorts of food in their simplest form. Love it!
Swedish design office Kontor Kontur’s latest project is this very cool still life series of everyday objects describing the craftsmanship behind graphic and office work. The visual arrangements primarily office supplies, are placed into color themed composition, which remind me a lot of the very cool website Things Organize Neatly and Carl Kleiner latest editorial.
Here are some mouthwatering, conceptual food photographs to start your Monday. Shooting for some of the biggest food publication, the San Fransisco based photographer Maren Caruso has produced some pretty amazing food compositions with her unique style. I especially love her deconstructed series from ingredients to final product, it reminds me a lot of the [...]
After the huge viral success with his ‘Homemade is Best‘ campaign for the Ikea’s cookbook, Carl Kleiner teams up with Ikea once again, but this time they asked Carl to, together with stylist Evelina Kleiner, put together and capture ways to spend the budget you get when you buy a kitchen at Ikea.
Take an awesome photographer (Carl Kleiner) and a creative Swedish fashion brand (Minimarket) and you have these original still life shots for their SS 2011 lookbook. The gorgeous results focus on the products with very minimal props. Also see their AW 2011 art video after the jump.
Carl Kleiner was hired by IKEA to shoot the recipes for their new baking book called Hembakat är Bäst [Homemade is Best]. The amazing food styling has been created by Evelina Bratell. New York mag just wrote about it and gave credit to photographer, when I think the credit should definitely go to the stylist!
I thought these pictures needed to be in a separate post, since they are a totally different aesthetic from his still life photographs. Here you can have a look at the diary of Carl Kleiner, an inspiring range of photographic moments.