Massimo Listri’s work day probably has him talking to a handful of people, max. This is because the spaces the Italian photographer captures are so complex and detailed on their own, putting people in the image just seems to be
I know at least a dozen people who fetishize war paraphernalia, military outfits, religious fanaticism and the parallels to S&M. With the neat order, rigid structure, extreme power, and eventually the delight of pain, it is not difficult to see why.
Rustic colors and a down home vibe drive Chris Court’s food photography. Hearty meals and heavenly desserts create images that definitely make you want to lick your plate. Deliciously messy foods are the most fun to eat and
All the stars are shining in the current issue of W Magazine, as Juergen Teller has shot a potpourri of Hollywood’s most gilded celebrities for the February edition.
The London-born and Paris based photographer & film maker Barnaby Coote is also very talented for retouching and CGI and these two series are some of my favorite from his portfolio. I love how set the foggy mood for those two personal project shoot.
Saying a magazine presents 3D objects in a 2D format is akin to saying water is wet. But Marie Claire’s latest accessories spread “Pop Idols” elevates this method in a way only comparable to Andy Warhol, sans the mass commercialism. Imagemaker Ilan Rubin both photographed and