The title of this series of photographs, by Erin O’Keefe, refers to both the material flatness of the photograph itself, as well as the perceptual flattening of the still life space. The images in this series explore the tendency of the camera to flatten pictorial space
Written by Anjali Soneji Yangs applied work is exceptionally stylized with the perfect balance of fashion and art. The sharpness and precision throughout his approach create graphic and dramatic visuals that can easily be associated with his name. His talent lies truly in heroing the subject and making it even more important.
The whimsical world of still life photographer Luke J Albért is saturated with color, happiness and playful product that seems to leap from the page with glee.
London-based set designer Andrew Stellitano has experimented with screen-printing, laser cutting and digital manipulation all in the name of culinary art. An innovative creative with a passion for taste and presentation, Stellitano’s approach to food design is a multi-sensual experience of unique proportions and composition.
After establishing his photography career in his native Tokyo, Japan; Kenji Toma arrived in New York in 1990 where he started up his own personal studio. Since then, he has been recognized as one of the leading photographers in still life, with his unique, mysterious style and detail-oriented vision. Kenji has worked with some major […]
Wilson Hennessy grew up on a farm in rural Australia, sure that he’d become a scientist when he grew up until his mum entered some of his photos in a competition in the big smoke of Melbourne. He won! That led onto a photography degree and work with an ex-London photographer. After 6 months of […]