Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

La Collectionistas

I am really into grouped imagery right now – like 3191 (see previous post) who’s evocative diptychs captivate me. I’ve just discovered ‘La Collectionistas’ a studio based in Barcelona who create – you’ve guessed it – beautiful collections of moments in time. What times of day do they remind you of? See them here and […] Read more…

Weekend

Busy week ahead, wish I could keep my feet in the weeekend for a little while longer… Photo Courtesy of 3191 Read more…

Feathered

Sharon Montrose is a portrait photograper and her simple, beautiful style is really evocative. She photographs, pets, kids and ‘other animals’. I can’t take my eyes off her photographs of birds – all her portraits are shot against the same simple background which lends a painterly effect. I love the details and patterns in their […] Read more…

Portrait Gallery

Eugenio Recuenco is one of my favourite photographers and i draw a lot of inspiration from his strong style, although being a stylist, i would love to know who he collaborates with to get the unique and consistantly dark themes in his imagery. This set of photographs for an unknown editorial piece plays on the […] Read more…

Instances…

Japanese artist Rinko Kawauchi captures in her photographs the beauty of ordinary moments which we often ignore. Kawauchi has become one of the most celebrated Japanese photographers of her generation, her images capturing simple serenity and infinite sublimity in one instance. My favourites are the eggs… Read more…

Orla Keily Love

I love Orla Keily’s Autumn/Winter 2007 promotional images, cute and retro they have an unfinished cinematic quality about them which works really well in a quirky cool way. Read more…

Wonderland…

Some beautiful fairytale themed imagery… Photography by Eugenio Recuenco… Photography by Tim Walker… Photography Annie Leibovitz for American Vogue… And styling by myself! Rohini Wahi… Read more…

X-Ray art

Looking at these ethereal photographs taken by dutch artist Albert Koetsier, it is hard to associate them with the context they are usually used for as ‘office art’ and generic images seen in stores like Ikea. The method behind their creation is actually the use of an x-ray machine rendering simple objects lumunious and sometimes […] Read more…

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