“This selection from the archive is a special one. It was my first series shot after-dark six years ago using long exposures and was the starting point for many other personal and commercial nighttime projects which followed.” -Markus Wendler
A gem from the archive, this photograph of Ama Dablam is a Nick Meek classic. “At 6856 meters above sea level, Ama Dablam is a Himalayan giant. Her name translates to Mother’s Necklace after the huge hanging glacier that can be seen near the summit of the south face. This picture is taken from Chukung […]
Markus Wendler hit the dusty trails of 20 Mule Team Canyon in Death Valley to create this new series of personal work featuring the BMW x6. A mix of documentary-style action shots and atmospheric landscapes, Markus worked side by side with Zerone in post production to artfully depict an early evening drive through the canyon.
Nick Meek hit the sunny roads and beaches of LA last fall to shoot the recently launched global campaign for the Beetle Cabriolet. A collaboration with Creative Director, Lisa Kirchner at All That Yay, this is the newest addition to a long line of VW ads photographed by Nick.
Nick Meek was commissioned by Agency 222 to shoot this new campaign for Barwa Bank. A fresh look for Nick, he applied his juicy palette while taking a more graphic approach to the Qatari architecture.
Against the gritty and rugged terrain of the great American West, Markus Wendler shot the smooth and sexy BMW x6. Taken during his travels to Death Valley this past Spring, these three photographs are a sneak preview from a larger series of personal work.
Markus Wendler was just awarded in the website category of PDN’s 2013 Photo Annual. In the year spent developing www.markuswendler.com, Markus put great emphasis on the layout, crafting a specific and accessible edit of his automotive and landscape images. The site, which launched at the end of 2012, was conceptualized by Markus and art director, Christian Toensmann, then […]
Another Planet Entertainment hired Steve Wilson to illustrate this gig poster for The Lumineers show at The Greek Theatre last week. A beautiful application of Steve’s new landscape style, this poster conceptualizes the band’s hand-clapping, foot-stomping, folk-rock sound.
“Venice, California. Home of the Zephyr skate team and formerly known as Dog Town– this is where skateboarding was born. Today, Venice has one of the best bowls in the world and one can regularly see big name skaters ripping up this pristine and beautiful bit of concrete.” -Nick Meek
A new dreamy landscape by Nick Meek for his work-in-progress book project called “Alp.” The image was shot in the mighty northwest face of the Wetterhorn, standing 3693m high above Grindlewald in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland.
Markus Wendler recently worked with Saatchi & Saatchi LA to create the brochure and web images for the new Toyota Avalon. In the studio by day and on location by night, Markus and his team placed the Avalon he photographed on set in to the LA nightscapes he shot in post-production.
Steve Wilson has been brewing up a new personal series of landscapes and below is a sampling of what’s to come. A completely new direction for Steve, these trippy scapes are inspired by folk music and David Hockney.
Markus Wendler divides his time between Hamburg, Germany and his second home in Venice, CA. During one of Markus’ recent west coast visits, he woke up early to capture the Venice Recreation Center at sunrise.
Markus Wendler collaborated with Saatchi & Saatchi LA to create this brochure cover for the new Toyota Landcruiser. The car was built in CGI and the backplate is a winterscape Markus shot in Iceland.
In this new series by Dimitri Daniloff, he constructs a desolate existence at what feels like the edge of the world. Without staging the photographs or asking anyone to pose, Dimitri captures a generic cityscape, removes the surrounding elements, and what remains is reality, isolated. While he is known for his dismembered figures, Dimitri is now executing […]
Nick Meek took this futuristic cityscape during his travels to Shanghai last summer. A striking portrayal of a rapidly growing city with almost 24 million inhabitants.
Markus Wendler stumbled upon this great location in Palm Springs to shoot the DeLorean, a vehicle best known for it’s role in pop-culture classic, Back to the Future. At 113 degrees Fahrenheit, Markus braved the elements to tackle a personal project he’d been wanting to complete for two months and the result is absolutely mesmerizing. […]
Markus Wendler set out on a day trip to Neuwerk along the Wadden Sea in Germany and came back home with these majestic seascapes for a new miniseries of personal work.