As resident artist at Villa Lena, the famous Italian concept hotel from André Saraiva, Sarah Illenberger benefited from all the natural elements belonging to the property.
I just stumbled over these gorgeous still life images shot by British photographer Joss McKinley. Looking more like a nature morte painting than a jewelry campaign, those image were shot for London based bespoke jewelry brand Hannah Martin Campaign.
« Hanging by a hair » is a still life series introducing Oner’s ceramic products.
Drawing upon two London staples; cafe culture and english slang, stylist Anna Sheridan and Photographer Oli Douglas have coined their own interpretation of the phrase and the activity, in a series aptly titled Dry Lunch.
Founded by Israeli-born Elad Yifrach, L’Objet is a home decoration luxury house.
Christoffer Dalkarls recently shot ‘Floating Unattached’, an amazing experimental still life series of chemical reactions for November Magazine.
French still life photographer, Benjamin Henon employs meticulous methods to stage distorted daily objects.
Ivan Knyazev is a Russian photographer and an art director working in Moscow. His beautifully arranged Herbarium collages is
The Brussels-based creatives and photographer duo Oskar just sent us this beautiful still life editorial recently shot for Vanity Fair UK gift guide.
‘Al Freddo’ loosely translated as ‘in the cold’ is a project by an Italian Studio Mathery inspired by occasions where we put the excessive amount of food into our freezers to keep for later.
What a lovely and colorful still life editorial! Photographer Philip Karlberg simply shot fruits and graphic patterns for this gorgeous culinary hommage to late Swedish artist Olle Bærtling.
The film posters of Jordan Bolton celebrate the objects and film characters of some of the most iconic movie titles. Meticulously constructed, the photographer recreates the ambience of each film using the objects that are intrinsically linked to the plot and the era.
We’ve been following and loving the work of Carl Kleiner for a while now and this is latest personal project in collaboration with his wife Evelina. A simple still life shoot called Modified Leftovers.
Photo Duo Ilka & Franz have murdered a bunch of fast foods in their latest series – “The Tragic Murder of a Hamburger” together with set designer Adam Purnell and food stylist Udo Reichelt-Schaurer.
Based on ‘The Art of Waiting’ theme, this still life editorial by photographer Kate Anglestein have been styled and composed by Gemma Thérèse Pearce.
The still life photography of Michael Crichton documents food in motion. In collaboration with his creative partner and stylist, Leigh MacMillan, the Toronto-based duo has created a ‘Conceptual Food’ series that offers the unexpected in terms of composition, as the ingredients are caught mid-air in their flight.
Tasty Transformations is a project by Fragmento Universo deconstructing our daily eats. Focusing on three different recipes – a strawberry milkshake, crème brulee and white chocolate matcha, impeccably composed images contemplate the ingredients and the process of preparation.
A collaborative project between INK and Docubyte, ‘A Guide To Computing’ is a visual, graphic story that traces the evolution of a machine.
We always been a fan and have been following the work of Carl Kleiner for a long time now. Here is one his latest personal project called ‘Postures’.
These are all fragments of that very mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam that Carl Sagan made note of.
For this beautiful still life editorial, Art director Lisa Jahovic and Helen Sirp with the help of photographer Thomas Baker played on a tonal game of painterly surfaces playfully challenging classical still-life compositions, tying them together and breaking apart.
Nik Mirus is a Canadian still-life and conceptual photographer who shoots both editorial and commercial projects for a wide array of national and international clients.
Anna Keville Joyce is a Food Stylist & a Culinary Creative Director. Originally from the USA she is currently based out of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and New York City.
Jess Bonham recently collaborated with set designer Miren Marañón on the personal project Fools Paradise.
Sponges, eggs, coat hangers – it’s easy to gloss over an object’s aesthetic appeal when you see it every day. In her new series The Horizontal Mode of A Waking Life, New York-based photographer Jiaxi Yang aims to help us see the beauty in the mundane by removing household items from their normal habitat and…
Still life photographer Thomas Browns new project Volume of Light is a collaboration between the artist and the viewer.
London Based, Romanian photographer Iringo Demeter focuses primarily on portraits, editorial, and still life.
This series represents an early collaboration between Danielle Selig and Robin Stein – being drawn together due to mutual appreciation of each others aesthetic, interest and vision.
Fungal microorganisms are having a fundamental role by shaping novel materials and processes now and even more in the future. The beautiful and elegant ‘Magnified Magnificent’ series by
Mexican visual artist Paul Fuentes makes modern Pop Art by creating mashups of everyday objects with a very colorful and quirky aesthetic. He just started 6 months ago on Instagram and now has more than 50K followers.