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SHOWING POSTS IN January 2017

23 Jan 2017

TWIN PEAKS, A LA KIDS BY ACHIM LIPPOTH

In honor of the upcoming, long awaited continuation of Twin Peaks set to debut next year, Lippoth, collaborating with Marie Claire Enfants, created an atmospheric and stylish take on the series, but translated into the world of kids.  
19 Jan 2017

JOHN KOBAL NEW WORK AWARD PORTRAIT OF FELICITY JONES BY LAURA PANNACK

A striking new photograph of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story actress Felicity Jones was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery, and announced December 21st.  The portrait, emotive and wildly atmospheric, was taken by Laura Pannack and commissioned through the John Kobal New Work Award, a prize awarded annually to a photographer under thirty-five whose work is selected for display in the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. Read more...
18 Jan 2017

SPACE & BEYOND BY NICK FRANK

In his series Space & Beyond, Nick captures artificial minimalistic architecture images that could hail from a possible future.
18 Jan 2017

PICTUREBOOK BY NICK FRANK

Nick Frank created a photo essay of 194 images about Munich’s Olympic City. Designed and built for the Games in Munich in 1972, the Olympic Village, with its buildings and installations, was to be used intensively beyond the Olympic Games – as a housing estate in which contemporary forms of housing and urban development are represented.Today, it serves as housing for both students and the regular population. Published by Volk Verlag September 2015 and can be purchased at Amazon.
17 Jan 2017

Habana by Jan Riephoff

Jan Riephoff travelled to Havanna twice, collaborating with Swiss musician, concept artist and writer Dieter Meier on an elaborate feature on the Cuban capital. The result, “Lectures in Serenity,” was published in Traveller’s World Magazine, and is an overwhelmingly seductive and amazing homage to the Caribbean metropolis and her people, a celebration of the city and of life itself that enables the viewer to dream of a trip to the the Malécon.
17 Jan 2017

MAISON FLANEUR BY ERIK UNDÉHN

A collaboration with Masato Segawa, co-owner and head designer for Japanese brand Maison Flaneur. Undéhn has photographed the line since its inception, providing images that combine people with his typically unique, bold backgrounds - a great pairing.
16 Jan 2017

Minimals - Blackwhite by Nick Frank

Not all colorful and playful, in Nick’s Minimals series, he captures abstract architecture photography in various countries and locations. The images exist in their own space, free of context.
16 Jan 2017

MINIMALS - COLOR BY NICK FRANK

Not content to explore intriguing, graphic buildings via black and white, Nick’s Minimals – Color series captures striking patterns and lines with vivid, bold colors. 
16 Jan 2017

PATINA BY ERIK UNDEHN

An ongoing project that could continue forever, Patina reflects its time frame. In this series, Undéhn explores locations that possess the particular patina that only age or hard work can give.  Though used purposely as an aesthetic choice in many situations nowadays, Undéhn’s found locations - and their patinas - are decidedly authentic - atmospheric and striking.
13 Jan 2017

Vista by Erik Undehn

Undéhn revisits the theme of his book Vista. Harkening back to the themes of the book, the new images are graphic, bright and still - captured moments of silence that allow the viewer to fill in the blanks as they wish.
13 Jan 2017

IDENTITY BY NICK FRANK

Uniformed residences and standardized habitats whisper desolation, emptiness, and monotony at the first glance, only to reveal a touching concern for individualism and differentiation at second glance. Nick Frank explores these quirky habitations, providing proof that even faced with seemingly insurmountable standardization, human desire for uniqueness and personality shines through. An architectural character study.
13 Jan 2017

SUBWAYS BY NICK FRANK

Subway stations are more than just a central location for travelers - they represent the lively background for everyday life and drama while offering intimate insight: a heartbreaking farewell, then a joyful welcome; a location that serves as a stage for personal plays. Read more...
12 Jan 2017

The taste of summer by Reinhard Hunger

Reinhard Hunger is famous for his atmospheric mini-tableaux - seen earlier in his Dutch still lifes.  For Lufthansa Magazine, he explores how a scent might taste, chronicling the creation of a stunning - and tasty - gin and basil cocktail at Le Lion Bar in Hamburg, Germany.
11 Jan 2017

TASTE OF SUMMER BY REINHARD HUNGER

Hunger is famous for his atmospheric mini-tableaux - seen earlier in his Dutch still lifes.  For Lufthansa Magazine, he explores how a scent might taste, chronicling the creation of a stunning - and tasty - gin and basil cocktail at Le Lion Bar in Hamburg, Germany.
05 Jan 2017

BRAIN FOOD BY REINHARD HUNGER

Hunger’s images are playful, intriguing, and definitely not boring. In his latest work brain food for Psychology Today, he tackles the best foods for your brain, mirroring the brain itself in his photographs. Eat up!