Fleur van Dodewaard is less interested in the photographic representation of reality as such than in the way in which photography relates to the other media it exploits in its efforts to achieve autonomy. She commonly uses a diversity of materials to create clear and powerful images that on closer inspection prove unexpectedly complex. The [...]
Toronto based photographer Andrew Myers was recognized in 2010 as one of the best emerging Canadian photographers by the Magenta Foundation. His compositions and colors are keys to his minimalist style. Photographing random 80s objects such as toys, vhs tapes, globes or old typewriters on simple, colorful backgrounds – the result is delightful!
Flowers are indeed one of the most beautiful and complex structures found in nature, specifically designed to achieve the purpose of reproduction. This is “Exploded Flowers” series is the latest project of Chinese photographer Fong Qi Wei. Inspired partially by Todd McLellan’s Disassembly series, Qi Wei wanted to show the radial symmetry of flowers, and [...]
I discovered the work of Turkish photographer Emre Guven the other day while posting his latest Marie Claire Turkey editorial . Guven is considered to be one of the top Turkish fashion photographer. He shoots for Elle, Harper’s, Marie Claire and Arena amongst others, Guven’s style is clean and colorful, with beautiful lighting, and very [...]
It looks like German photographers are talented in capturing (and finding) minimalist landscapes. After featuring the awesome minimalist photographs of Berlin based Matthias Heiderich 3 times already, here is Klaus Leontjew, another German photographer with awesome colorful and geometric compositions.
A couple months ago we introduced you to the work of British still life photographer David Sykes with his awesome ‘Faux Food’ series. Mainly working with advertising, design and editorial clients, Sykes has a very inspiring portfolio, here is a selection of some of my favorites from his portfolio.
I just stumbled on this very visual series by Brooklyn based photographer Ian Addison – In 2010 Adisson’s always kept a small plastic camera in his bag and occasionally this camera would accidentally fire while inside to produce these colorful, abstract photos. These ancillary creations were
Considered one of the pioneers of contemporary photography, David Bailey is credited with photographing some of the most compelling images of the last five decades. He first rose to fame making stars of a new generation of models including Jean Shrimpton and Penelope Tree. Since then his work has never failed to impress and
Before starting his career in photography Christoph Sagel studied architecture. Living and working between Hamburg and Düsseldorf, Sagel specializes in still life photography. He has worked for international brands and agencies including BMW, Coca-Cola, Diesel, Fuji, JOOP!, Nintendo, Philip Morris, Swarovski, Sony, BBDO, EURO RSCG, Grey Worldwide, Jung von Matt, Ogilvy & Mather, Rapp Collins, [...]