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SHOWING POSTS IN March 2015

27 Mar 2015

"Museum für Kaffeetechnik" Emmerich by Marina Weigl

Marina Weigl loves coffee, and combining her interest in the black gold with her art, discovered and shot old and new coffee roasters and mills at the "Kaffeemuseum Emmerich.” She photographed them in two different styles: first, as standalone still-life subjects, with clean looks at the machines and framed with color, emphasizing their uniqueness. Secondly, with Polaroids, showing the details of the big machines, and creating an emotional feel for the coffee itself. Read more...
25 Mar 2015

The new literature by Reinhard Hunger

Reinhard Hunger was commissioned by Der Spiegel to illustrate their magazine full of literary comments and criticism for Spring 2015. The concept was a modern interpretation of classic stil-life, like the Old Dutch Masters. Reinhard’s work 'New Masters' has both cutting edge and traditional aspects to it, so he was a great choice for this. The magazine left the concepts up to him; the creative freedom that allowed inspired him to these fascinating images. Styling by Christoph Himmel. Read more...
20 Mar 2015

Spring of your youth by Olaf Blecker

Inspired by the vitality and limitless energy of the teenagers around his Kreuz/Koln neighbourhood in Berlin, Olaf Blecker created a series of portraits of them. In his images, Olaf discovered a quieter side to those he saw on a daily basis. Working with artist Steffen Seeger, a frequent collaborator, (www.steffenseeger.com -see “Angry Birds“ Aug 20, 2014), Olaf captured the initial photos while Seeger took Olaf’s images and applied paint directly onto the printed photographs. Read more...
11 Mar 2015

Pastel studio by Thirza Schaap

Colors have always been one of Thirza Schaap’s main interests. For this story, she was inspired by a passing delivery person while on the streets of South Africa. Their roll of pink foam contrasted nicely with the painted wall upon which she was looking. Schaap plays with shapes, colors, and textures, while her child subjects explore.
11 Mar 2015

Yoga paperclips by Andy Rudak

Andy Rudak constantly sees life and character in objects around him, from the largest tree to the smallest matchstick. This anthropomorphic approach to his work is how he tells stories and create narratives. His latest series Yoga paperclips, is a followup to his well-known “Love Match” images. Concerning the juxtaposition of a busy work life with the serenity of yoga, Rudak chose three recognizable yoga poses: Peacock, Cobra, and Downward Dog. Read more...
04 Mar 2015

Lovestory by Thirza Schaap

Observing the first love of her son has touched Thirza Schaap as a mother. She sees the lovestory as the first step to letting go of her child. The camera transforms her from a mother to a photographer, and as a photographer it is easier: “I can take my distance and study the typical moments my son and his girlfriend were going through. Read more...
04 Mar 2015

A window to the courtyard by Julia Baier

Winner of second price of the European Architecture Photography Award "Architekturbild 2015,” Julia Baier’s work is an analysis of her neighborhood in Berlin. The daily view out a window into the courtyard is a visual game using the outdoor space as a familiar surrounding. Neighbors and time leave their traces on the courtyard. Shot in black and white, the palette highlights the contrast between scenes.