I’ve been meaning to post about Dutch interior photographer Marjon Hoogervorst for some time now. Using her sharp eye and attention to detail, she captures her subjects with a very unique perspective and her own techniques which make her photos stand out from other interior photographers we see.
Erik Madigan Heck has managed to establish his outstanding photographic aesthetics and for his latest collaboration, he teamed up with Muse magazine for its 37th issue. Protagonist of this editorial story, “Portrait of A Lady” is the chameleonic Guinevere Van Seenus, who also graces the captivating cover of the issue.
Black and white never, ever gets old but, when the help of subtle illustration is involved, the result is game-changing. This recipe followed Sicky magazine and presented the “Inside Out” editorial by Cristian Davila Hernandez, featuring model Maurice de Jonge on black background and total white outfits.
German photographer and director Monica Menez creates stunning visual narratives with a surrealist, retro modern vibe. Her highly polished images offer a sense of escapism, while fashion’s favorite themes of fetishism, fantasy and seduction become captivating scenarios in unusual situations.
The concept of nudity can be conceived in unnumerable ways, most commonly in vulgar, or at the very least provocative ones. Bertil Nilsson, well known for his unique landscape and dance photography, manages to make it breathtaking, serene, contemporary and in absolute harmony with the natural surroundings.
Amsterdam-based Corriette Schoenaerts is a photographer with a talent for creating sets of elaborate, mixed media installations.
Julia Fullterton-Batten is doing an exhibition at Jenkins Johnson Gallery. Her project, A Testament to Love is one of her most recent projects that encodes a loose narrative depicting the struggles of life when love goes wrong. The female protagonists wrestle with the search for a happy ending, but are resigned to loneliness, fear and regret. Each […]