For your inspiration and because we are feeling a lot a come back of the 60s (and 70s) in fashion and interior design, we compiled some of our favorite shot from renowned fashion photographer Norman Parkinson.
Christoffer Dalkarls recently shot ‘Floating Unattached’, an amazing experimental still life series of chemical reactions for November Magazine.
French still life photographer, Benjamin Henon employs meticulous methods to stage distorted daily objects.
Starring models Gloomy Ross and Miles McMillan, photographer Bryan Huynh has captured a beautiful editorial entitled ‘Time Transfixed’ for the December issue of At Large Magazine.
Love the beautiful compositions of colors, textures and forms that Polish photographer Dominik Tarabanski created in “Girl Interrupted”.
Photographer Frederik Vercruysse give us an exclusive inside look at the estate of the Belgian Axel Vervoordt – art dealer, collector and interior designer – Read more on wallpaper* magazine. www.frederikvercruysse.com
The 2017 Pirelli Calendar, created by one of the world’s top photographers, Peter Lindbergh, was presented in Paris today. The 2017 edition, which follows on from the one by Annie Leibovitz in 2016, sees the German master become the only photographer to have been asked to produce the Pirelli Calendar for the third time. It…
The film posters of Jordan Bolton celebrate the objects and film characters of some of the most iconic movie titles. Meticulously constructed, the photographer recreates the ambience of each film using the objects that are intrinsically linked to the plot and the era.
Aneta Ivanova is a Bulgarian photographer combining her flair for image-making and fine arts.
The Oil Spill series is part ofFabian Oefner`s exploration of Iridescence. For this experiment, Oefner poured water into a black reservoir. With the aid of a syringe, he then added small drops of oil onto the water surface.
Hilary Rhoda stars in the sweet fashion story »Think Pink!« by Serge Leblon. Shot for the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK.
Taiwan-based photographer Ajax Lee ‘Reality Paper Doll’ took him 4 months of research and study to create that editorial.
American photographer Kyra Schmidt is endlessly captivated by the enduring capacity of photography to give form to new experiences and her project Transcriptions is an exploration of this.
San Francisco-based Swedish photographer Gabriel Isak does beautiful things with light and composition! He creates surreal images featuring a dark, melancholic atmosphere.
Japanese photographer plays with the idea of selfie and surrealism, creating absurd and tongue-in-cheek visual compositions.
This vintage photography series entitled ‘ California Dreaming’ portrays a few of the most iconic Mid-Century Modern homes in California, taking you back in time for a road trip through West Coast’s most glamorous suburbs. Shot by German photographer Stephanie Kloss, the series depicts the Golden State during the 50’s and 60s, a period in…
What a lovely idea from Parisian photographer Dani Olivier! He has put a unique twist on nude model photography. He creates geometric visuals which he then projects on women models in a darkened studio.
The June 2016 issue of How to Spend It Magazine from the Financial Times features a beautiful editorial introducing model Rose Smith in 1930’s Nautical chic inspired vibes in a mix of stripes and breezy shapes perfect for the summer season.
Parisian photographer, Matthieu Salvaing has amazing interior spreads in his portfolio. Traveling the world to shoot the most gorgeous house and private residence for all the best industry’s publications such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Architectural Digest, W, AD france, T Magazine, Elle, Travel & Leisure… you name it!
The vibrant hues and ethereal body of the Portuguese man-of-war entice people to take a closer look, but beware—to those who draw too near, this delicate creature delivers a painful sting.
Australian photographer Brooke Holm ‘Salt And Sky’ exhibition opens Thursday 23rd of June down at Modern Times in Melbourne. ‘Salt And Sky’ brings together Brooke’s amazing landscape photography with her keen eye for linear compositions in a series that depicts the salt fields of Western Australia.
The beaches of Brazil must be counted as among the best in the world. Canada-based photographer Blake Smith strolled along Ipanema, Leblon, Copacabana and others in Rio
For this series, photographer Gray Malin was inspired by the Mediterranean glamour of the 1960’s.
French photographer Christope Jacrot loves to shoot in the rain! He’s been walking in Paris (and other cities) for several years to bring back gorgeous images, only by time of rain or sleet.
Adrian Gaut‘s architecture photography focuses on graphic and geometric details of buildings around the world. Based in New York, Gaut originally studied to become a painter. His artistic eye is visible through all his series ranging from cards, landscapes, still life, and portraits.
With a background in marketing and advertising, the Oakland based talented photographer June Kim shoots simplicity within intricately composed depth deserves a more consequential descriptor.
Italian photographer Cristina Coral approached photography after graduation, much inspired by her father (music composer), by memories of the past and by which she has collected in her life which has somehow influence her sensibility.
I discovered the work of New York based photographer Douglas Friedman while reviewing the gorgeous interior of Naomi Watts NY apartment.
For his ‘The Sky is Flat’ series, architect and digital artist Laurent Rosset creates sweeping photographic landscapes that seem to curl upward into infinity like an enormous wave that obliterates the sky.
I just stumbled over the amazing work of Swedish photographer Emma Hartvig. Inspired by the suspense created in Hollywood thrillers, and particularly the work of Alfred Hitchcock, the colorful collection of stills pays homage to the many facets of ‘cinema’.