Swedish still life photographer, Fabian Öhrn partnered with art director Joakim Hedblad to produce this awesome fixed gear made entirely out of food! There is not one element that is not a comestible ingredient. Here is the magic receipt:
For this Vinyl Desserts at 33 RPM series photographer Philip Karlberg and set designer / chef Mattias Nyhlin wanted to see another type of food images and created some themselves. Associating each image and recipe to a particular song, they
Commissioned by ‘Nowness’, Eindhoven-based design duo Raw Color toast the opening of Martin Creed’s grand overhaul of London’s Sketch restaurant with graphic still life’s dedicated to the restaurant’s new menu. The Turner Prize winning artist’s takeover saw him entirely revamp Sketch’s interiors, hanging his large-scale paintings along the walls and hand-picking each
Russian born, Australia based still life photographer, Anna Pogossova sent us a taste of her work the other day and left us hungry for more. Browsing through her entire portfolio we discovered so much cool work that was just had to reconnect with her to ask a few questions. TL: You have a very distinct […]
London based Steve Gallagher is a still life photographer with a very graphic and minimal style. His photographs are all about showcasing a single product in its glory. Color is a key ingredient in his distinct style. Gallagher shoots for some of the best advertising agencies and magazines in the UK.
French beauty/still life photographer Eric Maillet has one of those portfolios that just keep yearning for more. With a roster of topnotch luxury brand clients including Cartier, Hermes, Boucheron, Bergdorf Goodman and Lanvin, to name a select few, and his refined aesthetic and skill it is no wonder
After the huge viral success with his ‘Homemade is Best‘ campaign for the Ikea’s cookbook, Carl Kleiner teams up with Ikea once again, but this time they asked Carl to, together with stylist Evelina Kleiner, put together and capture ways to spend the budget you get when you buy a kitchen at Ikea.
Plating and food presentation are taken to another level in Jean-Francois de Witte‘s photographs. While the bulk of his work is in the advertising and editorial realm, this latest series showcases the Belgian photographer and
The thing about “photographer, publisher, and more” Philippe Jarrigeon is that he can make inanimate objects look so lively, and animate subjects look even better. Born in France and trained in Switzerland, Philippe has done work for fashion designers and brands Baccarat, Dries van Noten, Maison Martin Margiela, Nike, and Swatch. His work has also […]
Best known for his purely formal, intricate photographic approach, German photographer Frank Hülsbömer has a pretty amazing eye and composition skill for his still life photographs. He plays with colors, geometry, bright elastic bands, abstract perforated sheets of paper and multi-colored circles of card constituting his photographic subjects.