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 […]
New York photographer Jon Shireman likes to play with ‘frozen beauties.’ For his Broken Flowers series, Shireman dipped the flowers in a liquid nitrogen bath for 30 minutes and smashed them into a hard surface while recording the destruction with
Jean-Pacôme Dedieu’s photographs can be described as creative chaos. He employs his unique aesthetics to his work, which mainly consists of vibrant color palettes and artistic juxtaposition of objects. He has also worked with magazine such as Wallpaper, Vogue Japan, L’Officiel, and Marie Claire.
Andrea Mierswa and Markus Kluska are a Bavarian duo that who work under the moniker Mierswa – Kluska. Based in Munich, the duo are highly influenced by the digital technologies that came about in photography throughout the Nineties — a time in which they each honed their craft before coming together professionally in 1997. Bold […]
I just stumbled into this wonderful (and old) still life shoot by Peter Lippmann for Cartier Art Magazine. A wonderful series mixing butterflies, shells and flowers with Cartier iconic jewellery pieces. It is so well done that you really have to pay attention to find the jewel!