Niklas Alm together with set designer Marisa Fjärem, created this totally unconventional campaign for Swedish shopping mall Bromma Blocks.
WAD Magazine teamed up with set designer Robert Storey and still life photographer Sam Hofman to produce this ‘explorer’ inspired editorial.
Written by Guest Blogger Ashley Schulzetenberg For Brazilian photographer Rafael D’Alo, memory fills in the gaps of a photographic moment.
Following the recent trend of edible art, New York-based photographer Sarah Anne Ward displays her take on iconic modern artworks using common kid-friendly dessert items.
New York based photographer Jamie Chung’s “Consumable” series transforms food into aesthetically pleasing photographs that lures you in and surprises you with quirky subjects, like a frozen block of pea or lobster…
Denis Koval’s still life photography includes a wide array of props relating to food, fashion, beauty, and technology that involves clever arrangements.
You could say Wendy Van Santen’s photography is adorably quirky, possibly sassy, and maybe even reminiscent of bubble gum pop.
Stylist Hannah Wiersma and photographer Maayan Ben Gal, who are based in Amsterdam, paired up recently for this still life photo series.
Some life-changing advice from Japanese cleaning expert Kondo Marie (via Munich’s Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin): “take any object that one has in his hand, pay attention to the reactions of the body and…
Amsterdam-based Eva Roovers‘ still life photography makes everyday objects come to life.
I spy with my little eye…a pear, an apple, and a pomegranate. Can you see it? Camouflaged and marbleized are these playful fruits created by artist Corey Bartle-Sanderson. His motive is to have…
Art director Jamie Brown and photographer Luke Kirwan have teamed up for the first edition of food and culture journal “The Gourmand”.
Our fascination with Canadian photographer Andrew B. Myers continues with his latest work titled Roommates.
The photographic duo of Metz+Racine, aka Barbara Metz and Eve Racine bring to life the contemporary version of every child’s fantasy: the secret life of inanimate objects.
Photographer’s Pol Ubeda Hervas perspective in his “I’m not There” series, is going against the flow.
Some people scrapbook, some people create encyclopedic volumes, but Camilla Catrambone offers a more effusive way of documenting her family, through this series of still life photographs.
After establishing his photography career in his native Tokyo, Japan; Kenji Toma arrived in New York in 1990 where he started up his own personal studio. Since then, he has been recognized…
It all began over a year ago, when set designer Paola Andrea and her good friend, photographer Naomi McColloch, were discussing their enthusiasms for the new twists and turns found in today’s…
Courtney Reagor exemplifies the quirky fun merging of food and fashion.
Fresh from the pages of Alla Carta Issue 2, Bea De Giacomo playfully shot some really interesting food combinations in this still life series.
Take a good look at the contents of your favorite meals, all part of a balanced diet.
Linnea Apelqvist, born in Sweden, is a brilliant prop stylist and set designer living and working in London.
Cut food doesn’t come off as the most interesting concept, falling somewhat in the “even my kids can do that” area of art. But Beth Galton‘s Cut Food series makes you eat those words,…
For this beautiful Monday, some May flowers!
Canadian-born, London-based photographer Leandro Farina’s still life shots are so meticulous they seem to stop time.
Still life styling and set designer Annette Masterman is truly a master at capturing the seductive power objects have on our minds.
Philip Karlberg, whose stylish and immaculate photography has charmed us in past with work like Pin Art Portraits, got a little fruity for his latest work.
Set designer and art director Lenancker Romain knows how to capture our attention.
Dutch color experts Raw Color collaborated with Ontour for their S/S 2013 lookbook, having executed the creative direction, graphic design, and photography.
With mathematics precision, everyone enjoys a good food photography series, but when the case is about surreal food photography like The Foodist Manifesto, the result is sky-rocketed. Martí Guixé, Alexis Georgacopoulos, Peter…