Swedish photographer Mathias Sterner has a very intricate to shoot his food still life. Captured in a dark, baroque style ambience, Sterner’s compositions are perfect and looks more like fine art than food photography.
For the next part of ‘Posture’ series, photographer Carl Kleiner collaborated with Carrara-based Bloc Studios to create these beautiful ‘Posture Vases’.
Polish photographer Marci Klaban has a flair for composition. His food images commissioned by a Polish chef, Marta Gessler, reflect his eye for minimal, neat arrangements, as we’re confronted with culinary still lifes that elevate simple meals to a more high-end cuisine.
Almost 10 years ago we introduced you here the work on French photographer Gregoire Alexandre. Since then he shot for publications such as Wallpaper*, Vanity Fair, Esquire, The World of Hermés or GQ and advertising clients such as Louis Vuitton, Christian Lacroix, Issey Miyake and Nike amongst others.
We are loving the latest Soap Rocks series of London-based props, still life and interior stylist Clare Piper. She collaborated with photographer Antosh Sergiew for this very simple still lifes that we enjoy as much as the soaps! Other series we also really liked: www.clarepiper.com www.sergiewphotography.com
The photography of Ja Soon Kim is beautifully arranged and structured. Focusing on wild flora and fruit, the artist gathers dried leaves and flowers on one surface to capture the composition from above. Kim, also a yoga teacher and an art director, seems to know everything about balance.
‘Still’ is a series of unlit scenes whose the theme is vanity. The painterly pictures are shot by Felix Forest with the collaboration of stylist Claire Delmar, and improved by photographic post production Ring Studio.