Henrik Bonnevier’s rich still-life photography is spiced with originality. Whether cookware or other products, Henrik’s photographs are always smart and perfected in detail, portraying nontraditional and delicate compositions.
We have already reviewed the work of Massimo Gammacurta many times on Trendland, because we love his photography and his perspective. He got really popular on the web from his Louis Vuitton & Chanel Lollipops (Logopops) but we also really liked his “Cosmetics Weapons“. Master in still life photography, here is some of his latest [...]
I saw an image yesterday that caught my eye on CLM’s site and I literally had to look through all the set designers and photographers listed on the site to get to the second to last photographer and discover that the image above was photographed by Jenny Van Sommers. I knew that if I hunted [...]
While reading through the latest issue of French Magazine (#16), I discovered the brilliant still life photography of Koichiro Doi. In the issue there is a whole beauty editorial titled “Blur”, in which he photographs beauty compacts in very quick movement, creating a beautiful gradation of colors while abstracting the actual object.
Swedish installation photographer, Helga Steppan assessed all of her belongings to create this series, entitled “See Through”, where she separates everything she owns into color groups, to then build a still life out of each color. Color, still life’s and organized chaos are three things that never fail to secure my attention, so when i [...]
Client : GQ Veteran photographer Mitchell Feinberg, has build a portfolio of images over the last 15 years or so working between Paris and New York that few commercial luxury still life photographers can compete with.
Commercial photographer Charles Masters shows his soft side with this series of abstracted soaps titled, “Silvers”. These photos portray the nucleus of pureness. This is what Masters has to say about his soap series, a self motivated project, “Letting something grow and not having to worry about a deadline other then the one you set [...]
Yesterday we had a great submission on our new uploading page – The great work of French self-taught photographer Franck Allais. “His photography often challenges perceptions by flipping the mundane and ordinary into the vibrant and unusual.”