Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Mise au Poing exhibition by Bonsoir Paris, Paris – France

March 24th, 2017

The Mise au Poing exhibition reveals the faces of these invisible peoples in a dialogue between commissioned photo and video series documenting their lives and archival content.

M-P grip camera by Rolf Sachs + Leica

October 16th, 2016

Produced in a strictly limited global run of only 79 copies, the Rolf Sachs designed camera is a glamorous addition to Leica’s traditionally humbe (but powerful) lineup.

Cocktail Cabinet by Paul Vermeulen, Amsterdam – Netherlands

December 16th, 2014

This object contains several materials in contrast, mixed to a cocktail. It is designed for alcoholic beverage. The most expensive bottles are put in the middle of the upper Cabinet. The Holy of Holies.

Panasonic LUMIX Smart Camera DMC-CM1

September 21st, 2014

Presented as an all-in-one smartphone, it combines leica optics with the world’s largest image sensor ever in a phone, a mechanical shutter, and a manual control ring.

Leica M-P Typ 240 camera

August 26th, 2014

The new design also includes a scratch-resistant, anti-reflective-coated sapphire crystal cover for its LCD monitor while the classic red Leica logo has been omitted from the front of the camera to give it an unobtrusive aesthetic. Instead, the top plate of the camera is engraved with subtle Leica script.

Kleenex eco-decor at Casa Decor Madrid 2014 by Egue y Seta

June 6th, 2014

Kleenex eco-decor at Casa Decor Madrid 2014 by Egue y Seta

ARCHIZINES OSAKA exhibition by Daisuke Motogi Architecture, Osaka – Japan

April 29th, 2014

ARCHIZINES OSAKA is a traveling exhibition started from Architectural Association in London. Archizines is a showcase of new architecture fanzines, journals and magazines from around the world that provide an alternative to the established architectural press.

SIGMA DP2 Quattro Camera

February 15th, 2014

Japanese photography company Sigma Corporation has announced their newest generation of high image quality compact cameras with the introduction of the Sigma DP series. The latest devices incorporate a 29 megapixel CMOS foveon X3 direct image sensor, which uses vertical color separation technology.

Rajala Pro Shop flagship store by Amerikka, Helsinki – Finland

October 26th, 2013

The role of street-level stores has changed. To compete with the world of online shopping, a retail store can’t be merely a distribution channel: rather, it should offer experiences as well as excellent service.

Women Photographers of Vojvodina exhibition design by Filip Nemet

October 4th, 2013

This exhibition was a result of a research done by the team of Archive of Photography on the subject of women photographers that have been lived or worked on the territory of Vojvodina, Serbia in the 19th and first half of the 20th century.

CREATIVE OFFICES! Studio SC photography studio by StudioMK27, São Paulo

December 11th, 2012

The entrance is via the garden: large sliding metal doors open in their entirety and create a total continuity between the central emptiness and the external space. The main space of the studio is cut by a concrete walkway suspended from the ceiling.

Baker D. Chirico brand identity & interior, Carlton – Australia

January 16th, 2012

Bread is a simple product, of few ingredients, traditionally displayed and sold simply. The art of a baker such as D. Chirico is to perfect a simple process and do it like few others. The results are evident in their reputation.

Window Display and Photography: Play with Dimensions

August 23rd, 2011

This post looks at two things that I love: photography and visual display. I’ve always loved the 3 dimensional play between the backdrop, the oversized props, the mannequins, the text on the glass.. I find windows are often artistic and playful, where as a fashion photograph with a model gazing into the viewer’s eyes, can can stimulate a much more subtle yet a strong emotional message about the brand.

Jamie Bruski Tetsill

June 22nd, 2011

Identity system and art direction for acclaimed British fashion designer Jamie Bruski Tetsill. Developed to portray his ethos as a designer with a back to basics philosophy that utilises geometric forms and structures. Design implementation applied to Lookbook, Stationery, Tape & Posters.