Damien Blottiere for Vogue Hommes Japan, left 2012 is the year mixed media exploded onto the pages of our favorite fashion magazines. Whether painted, illustrated, layered, collaged, or all of the above, editors internationally took a cue from the art world to offer up some truly original and visually enticing stories. In contrast to continually [...]
Misha Gordin, who grew up in Soviet-occupied Latvia in the 1950s and graduated as an aviation engineer but never worked as such, turned his efforts instead to a manner of self expression in line with some of his heroes: Dostoevsky, Bulgakov, Tarkovsky and Parajonov. In a moment clear as day, at 26 years of age, [...]
Swiss photographer Johann Besse has a really great series of photographs he calls “Pans”, featuring graphic facades of concrete buildings. The work is minimalistic, monochromatic and color-blocked, 3 characteristics I have a huge weakness for. Enjoy!
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Alexandra Bellissimo has always been motivated towards the creation of unique imagery. As a conceptual photographer, her body of work strongly revolves around the theory of “making” pictures instead of simply, “taking” pictures. She often incorporates collaging techniques, as well as
British still life photographer David Parfitt has had more than 20 years experience shooting beauty and fashion still life’s for just about every fashion house. I was looking through his portfolio the other day when I found this bubble series. I absolutely love the color filters and shapes that make up these bubble fractals! Would [...]
German Art Director Sarah Illenberger has a beautiful portfolio featuring her set design and product styling work. I have selected a few of her projects to showcase here which show her range with big and small objects, from the modern interior design for Wallpaper seen above, to the meticulously shaped pyramids of the ingredients inside [...]
Last week I featured one of the design contestants of the Hyeres Festival (see here), and today I would like to highlight one of the photography contestants I found to be very interesting. Ina Jang is a Korean photographer whose photographs are often figurative and unidentified, casting a suspicion upon the photograph’s agenda. “I allow [...]
A Spring in New York by Fred Lebain is an interesting project where Lebian photographs different locations in the city, then prints a crop of each scene, and goes back to each locations to re-shoot them aligning his print with the original location – Tres bonne idee Fred !
We’ve been contacted by conceptual art photographer Elisabeth Molin, to showcase her work and her ‘different way of looking at the world’. Elisabeth will have her first solo exhibition in New York at the AC Institute starting December 10, to January 23, 2010.
Madame Peripetie or Sylwana Zybura is a German-based conceptual photographer. The mix between fashion and abstract concept creates these beautiful ‘off the wall’ imagery. There is very little info about her, but her portfolio speaks for itself!
Could we call Branislav Kropilak a Master of architectural photography ?! Probably, when you browse trough his portfolio you are captivated by the simple but so efficient concept of his work. Shooting garages, plane landings, billboards, gas pumps or even windmills in an [...]