Seattle based multidisciplinary artist Natasha Felker draws on sociology and human perception to create her pictures, always running by a subtle feminine elegance.
The 25 years old Australian born stylist and art director, Natalie Turnbull has a very strong eye for pairing things together. Whether it’s material, color or shape, she implements her knowledge in three dimensional into her projects.
Rusalka is a label from Budapest with one of a kind garment and accessories. We don’t only love the direction of the styling, we also love the concept.
Molly Cranna’s still life shots are just what we need today. Vibrant, and full of life with a side of humor. Her ability to shoot ordinary objects and turn them in stellar and radiating images is impressive. We particularly love the dentures and the tennis racquet.
Marsha Golemac‘s most recent addition to her stunning styling portfolio is this series of images of Habbot shoes. The client’s inspiration when designing the shoes stemmed from her childhood love of stationery; in particular the simple beauty in the traditional construction of an envelope. “We wanted to pay tribute to this by introducing modest yet significant touches that…
Mate Moro, the photographer with the signature aesthetics, teamed up with stylist Nora Gyengeto create a new photographic series. Contemporary surrealism was combined with exquisitely executed set color-blocking.
Rocks aren’t usually appetizing, but the crystals in these still life works by Katie Fotis look just good enough to eat.