For the week of January 12th, Joaquin Trujillo will take over the New Yorker Photo Department’s Instagram to share the hometown traditions and festivities that his family has been part of for the last 150 years in La Feria Ermita De Guadalupe, Zacatecas, Mexico. For the rest of Joaquin’s images, follow the New Yorker Photo Department’s Instagram […]
Still life photographer and chemistry buff, Marcel Christ, just released this intoxicating motion project mixing some of his greatest personal works to date. Marcel filmed as he photographed his powder explosions and paint clouds, resulting in an arresting piece of visual poetry.
In a new series of personal work titled, Micros, Marcel Christ set out to explore every day household products using a microscope and his digital camera back. Infinitely curious and fascinated by visuals that cannot be seen by the naked eye, here is the first installment of Marcel’s experimental three-part series.
James Day landed the cover of Vanity Fair UK’s spring 2014 design issue with this still life photo he shot for the annual time piece feature. James and set designer, Brigit Hegarty, were asked to create images based around five different movements from the history of art; Cubism, Biomorphism, Popart, Surrealism and Brutalism.
For the travel section of Vanity Fair UK’s March issue, James Day photographed this graphic still life flashing the season’s hottest sunnies.
In one 10,000th of a second, Marcel Christ captures those poetic moments that divide control and chaos. In his latest series of personal work titled, Pario, he artfully engineers water and paint bringing to life moments invisible to our naked eye. In a constant search for the unexpected, Marcel has mastered the technical aspect of his […]
Marcel Christ was commissioned by Love Creative to create these flavor explosions for Johnnie Walker Serve. Each still life depicts the ingredients that make up a unique JW cocktail.
Splash specialist, Marcel Christ, recently released this new personal series which puts bright viscous paints to motion. Though Marcel is recognized as a still life photographer, there is nothing still his work; he shoots a broad scope of complex materials always resulting in a one-of-a-kind creation.
For this December’s issue of Vanity Fair, Nick Foulkes penned an article on what he would be lusting after this Christmas and James Day was asked to illustrate his piece with a still life series of Nick’s wish list.
From the third installment of his Big Bang series, here are some brand new powder bursts by Marcel Christ. Marcel seamlessly marries chemistry with still life photography to create an explosive experience.
In the fiercely competitive world of whisky, gift packs are crucial. Diageo’s Johnnie Walker brand was renowned for being progressive but it’s gifting needed to live up to these values so Marcel Christ and Design Bridge were asked to create limited edition gift packaging to boost sales and visibility with global appeal. “Our collaboration with […]
A giant congratulations to James Day for being awarded a Gold Lion for photography at Cannes this year! James won this prestigious accolade for his collaboration with Y&R Dubai and Land Rover. Each still life features an exotic specialty dish from around the world– intended to make you question your spirit of adventure, and we’re giving James an adventure rating of 10/10 […]
Liquids specialist, Marcel Christ, just released this new personal series titled, Florem Illusio. Meticulous in his practice, Marcel controls the studio environment creating exquisite forms that dance across the frame.
A treat from the archive, Porcelain Dolls is a series of personal work by Dimitri Daniloff which harnesses his mastery in linking objects and people. Below, Dimitri tells us about his concept and process while creating these high-fashion androids: “Each diptych presents a portrait and a still life which could be independent of each other […]
James Day put a contemporary spin on these vintage Bakelite record players in his new series of personal still life work. Using each cases’ lid as a backdrop, James explored an array of tones and textures, breathing new life into a near-extinct relic.
Marcel Christ directed this TV spot for de BijenKorf in cooperation with Selmore, an Amsterdam-based creative agency. Marcel’s meticulous eye for detail comes through in this commercial with his use of fine powders, thick liquids, and delicate materials.
James Day couples high-end fashion with still life photography in this new personal series of designer pumps. A collaboration with set designer, Gemma Tickle, James says, “I wanted to keep the graphic aesthetic that runs through all my work but try a different approach.” The series features heels designed by Giuseppe Zanotti, Pierre Hardy, Stella McCartney, and Nicolas Kirkwood. […]
James Day and Grey London joined forces on The Times’ new ‘Tech Joy’ series– an app list which covers all devices and formats with the 40 top app categories and expert reviews. The images show several everyday objects, including a drum kit, a sandwich, a teddy bear, a dart board and a life-saver in the shape […]