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SHOWING POSTS IN July 2015

31 Jul 2015

INNONCENCE IN DANGER BY ACHIM LIPPOTH

Achim Lippoth won a Bronze Lion at Cannes 2015 for this campaign, working with agency Rosapark. The campaign calls attention to the fact that 8 out of 10 abuses are perpetrated by a relative. Achim is famous for his commercial advertising work, but often does important social work as well - this is just the latest example.
31 Jul 2015

ONE WEEK OF PORTRAITS BY ADRIAN SAMSON

For his latest work, Adrian Samson invited 6 young creatives to come to his studio to sit for portraits - a poet, actor, singer, writer, satirist and a musician, all in late teens or in their twenties. He shot them against differently colored backgrounds and united the series with a strong color palette. The youthful energy of his subjects is obvious from the result, which has been entered in competition for the Taylor Wessling Photography Portrait Prize.
23 Jul 2015

Joy of friendship by Ina Schoof

In some recent personal work, artist Ina Schoof captures the sunny, relaxed vibes of two friends. Evoking summer, light, and happiness, the images have many hallmarks of Ina’s lifestyle work.
17 Jul 2015

CANINE FOOD PYRAMID BY MAURICIO ALEJO

Mauricio Alejo provides a spin on the traditional food pyramid in his latest work for Pedigree. His work, subtle and humorous, was the perfect match for the concept: a food pyramid for dogs. In creating the sculptural image, Alejo used a wide variety of props, included items actually chewed by real dogs to add to the authenticity.
14 Jul 2015

The World of boys by Laura Pannack

Laura Pannack has investigated many groups of people in her work, and in her latest series The world of boys, tackles teenage boys. On the brink of manhood, they vary from those who seem like adults already to those still in the infancy of growing up. Regardless of their place in life, Pannack captures their emotions and dreams in her striking images, grounded in reality, yet beautiful.
07 Jul 2015

PRIDE PHOTO AWARD FOR TWO IS ONE BY MELODY MELAMED

Melody Melamed’s series “Two is One,” challenges the role of gender by engaging with her subjects' masculinity and feminity, creating an image where man is woman and woman is man. The series was recently selected as one of the winners of the 2015 Pride Photo Award, an annual international contest for photos about sexual and gender diversity.
03 Jul 2015

Glass by Laura Pannack

Laura Pannack examines the relationship between subject and photographer in her series, “Glass.” Photographers are her subjects, placed behind a pane of glass that symbolizes the glass of the lens.  Pannack asked each subject to close their eyes, rendering them unaware of the moment she took her photograph, isolating them and removing control from her subjects. Read more...