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.
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.
Swedish photographer Bjorn Keller knows how to do a lot with a little. His still life photography takes simple objects and turns them into beautiful graphic compositions without all the frou frou. I love all the white/airiness in these shots. It really gives the viewer the space to appreciate what is being photographed in a [...]
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, [...]
I like this still life series by Argentinian Hernan Paganini for Catalogue Magazine. For this series the artist built these mini installations to reflect each piece they were showcasing in the magazine. I could totally see Urban Outfitters doing something like this.
Very simple and minimalist yet creative, the still life photographs of Spanish photographer Nacho Alegre are very inspiring. Mostly known for his fashion photography, all of the pictures featured here were shot for Spanish interior design magazine Apartamento, which he founded and co-directs!
I discovered the wonderful portfolio of Philip Karlberg while reviewing the Elle Interior Series. Karlberg is one of Sweden’s most talented and prominent still life and interior photographers. Philip Karlberg’s visual ingenuity transforms a still life into a mystery, riddled with visual clues. His pictures often
We have already reviewed two series of the award wining Danish-born photographer Torkil Gudnason. Shooting for some of the most prestigious brands and fashion publication, Gudnason has compileda a stunning portfolio. Always original in his art direction, lighting and composition his still life photographs are still my favorite.
Here are some interesting still life photographs by New York based Justin Fantl. Amongst his great landscapes pictures, Fantl’s still life imagery sparks of truth, intrigue and a certain timelessness in a very sterile fashion style.
Back in November 2009 we featured some of photographer Nicholas Duers work in the winning results of Advertising Photographers of America Photo Competition. Since then he has created a lot of beautiful still life work. I really like the almost surgical precision in each shot. His style works really well with
“Decide what you want to shoot and shoot it obsessively”, that’s the philosophy of photographer Liz Wolfe. Based in Toronto, she studied photography at Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts in Toronto. Her bold and deceptively cute photographs are always a beautifully wrapped reflection about dichotomy of everyday objects.