German photographer Tom Seelbach is introducing us to his lastest project, ‘Architecture of Wasted Fantasy – The Poetry of Packaging’. The Magically gleaming towers, respectable skyscrapers, clear construction bodies: with the first…
New York City based photographer Maxime Poiblanc has worked with luxury names such as Dior, Gucci, Nars, Fendi, Bally and Jimmy Choo. Poiblanc, a Paris native, worked for many years as an…
Photographer Emma Engkvist and props stylist Clare Piper shot this series of images which feature an edited collection of ceramics by smaller London makers based at Turning Earth and tabletop products by…
Frame Publishers approached Paris-based Bonsoir Paris, a collective with a small multidisciplinary studio to shoot for a one off publication named ‘The Merchant’ for Vitra.
British art director Gem Fletcher and photographer Aaron Tilley worked on these two editorial projects: Space Cakes and Indulgence – Food Weather. The first series for Gourmand shows weather phenomena such as…
ABC Carpet and Home is launching their new campaign “Inspire The Future,” which features their exclusive Aura and Samoke silk rug collections.
Amsterdam based photographer, art director and set designer Mirka Laura Severa has a strong focus on concept in the fields of fashion, editorial and still life photography,
At the request of mens’s monthly L’Officiel Hommes, Frederik Vercruysse photographed the current best fragrances for men. The beautiful set was designed by Deiborah Bloemen and styled by Romain Vallos.
Photographer Catherine Losing and set designer Katie Fotis were commissioned by Peta Bell for Mosaic, The Wellcome Trust’s online science publication, to illustrate an article on the problems surrounding calorie counting.
Ryan Romanes was commissioned by New York-based barista’s Junia & Joseph to produce 16 images for their new scratch and sniff book; Aromas in Coffee.
Photographer and Stylist Lina Skukauske created this beautiful still life story featuring ceramics by Matte Home.
I came across these inspiring sets styled by Esther Stewart and photographed by Lauren Bamford that were created to showcase a series of bathroom fittings designed by Sarah Trotter for Groupwork.
Italian photographer Giorgio Cravero began his career working as architectural and still life photographer. Moving between traditional photography , digital and new technologies, he often combines several techniques to emphasize and communicate…
Think about objects that could never go well together. Now think again.
Stills & Strokes was initiated by art director and illustrator Melanie Homann and photographer Stefan Vorbeck. Based in Berlin and Hamburg, the duo uses their different working backgrounds and skills to complement…
Madrid-based photographer Paloma Rincon likes to mix languages and techniques when creating images. A still-life expert, Rincon uses products, props, and sometimes people to create a unique point of view in her…
“Everything Has a Sole” is is a project by Copenhagen-based studio PUTPUT who is known for creating distinctly ambiguous images that challenges the viewer to look twice.
Little Burgundy is a subdivision of ALDO Shoes and it focuses primarily on young street footwear.
A celebration of workmanship and integrity of materials showcased in contemporary fashion for Australian accessory brand Etiquette.
Legendary Belgian photographer Frederik Vercruysse is known for his architectural approach to photography.
Catherine Losing was commissioned along with Set Designer Anna Lomax to illustrate an article for The Wellcome Trust’s online science publication, Mosaic. The article looks at the commercialization and development of modern…
Originally from Denmark, Torkil Gudnason is a New York based photographer and a visionary figure in beauty, fashion, and still life photography.
These images, produced in collaboration with Danielle Selig and James Tolich, feature a number of gloriously exorbitant pieces of furniture.
William LeGoullon is an artist raised and currently based in Phoenix, Arizona. His work covers a wide range of topics, from deserts to abstract art yet this particular series titled “Unintended Targets”…
ENERGY is a conceptual food photography series based on sources of energy by Buenos Aires-based food stylist Anna Keville Joyce.
Dan Tobin Smith is an English photographer specialized in installation and still life photography.
For the Powder Issue of Exhibition Magazine, English photographer extraordinaire Dan Tobin Smith was able to capture the ephemeral qualities of powder, which is something often times taken for granted in art.
The photographic series Wonderplants was created this summer in a small city garden in Porto, Portugal.
Sarah Illenberger’s multi-disciplinary art focuses on analog craftwork using everyday items. In this series, those everyday items are high-end luxury pieces, commoditized by the internet.
Amanda Rodriguez is a concept stylist based in Stockholm, Sweden. We couldn’t help but be immediately drawn to her choice of warm tones and and creative, geometric compositions.