• Design Free Thursday // Bela Borsodi Still Life Photography.


    Posted on 3rd October, by Dana Tomić Hughes in photography, random fun, set design + styling. 1 Comment

    Bela Borsodi Fashion Face | Yellowtrace.

    Bela Borsodi Fashion Face | Yellowtrace.

    Bela Borsodi Fashion Face | Yellowtrace.

    Fashion Face for Another Magazine. Watch this hilarious video post about Fashion Face Animations.

    Bela Borsodi, Airheads for Baby Magazine | Yellowtrace.

    Bela Borsodi, Airheads for Baby Magazine | Yellowtrace.

    Airheads for Baby Magazine, with Paul Graves.

    Bela Borsodi, Bagmen for Details Magazine | Yellowtrace.

    Bela Borsodi, Bagmen for Details Magazine | Yellowtrace.

    Bagmen for Details Magazine.

    Inflated Egos for City Magazine | Yellowtrace.

    Inflated Egos for City Magazine | Yellowtrace.

    Inflated Egos for City Magazine.

     

    This is not the first time I’m sharing the work of Bela Borsodi (previously), although something tells me you won’t mind if we revisit this talented and quirky mind. From his super cunning still life creations, to trompe l’oeil style images what really f***, I mean play tricks with my head. There is no doubt this man has some serious skills, however it is his spirit I am really drawn to. There is a perfectly-pitched amount of playfulness and wit in all of his work that I love.

    By the way, you seriously have to watch this hilarious video post about Fashion Face Animations – it’s gold.

     

    Bela Borsodi, Affair de Coeur for Livraison | Yellowtrace.

    Affair de Coeur for Livraison.

    Bela Borsodi, Alphabets for WAD Magazine | Yellowtrace.

    Bela Borsodi, Alphabets for WAD Magazine | Yellowtrace.

    Bela Borsodi, Alphabets for WAD Magazine | Yellowtrace.

    Bela Borsodi Alphabets Typography | Yellowtrace.

    Alphabets for WAD Magazine.

     

    Bela Borsodi was born in Vienna in 1966. After studying graphic design and fine art, he started working as a photographer. In 1992 Bela moved to New York, and in 1999 decided to focus on still life photography, which remains the primary direction of his work today. Bela lives and works in New York.

    His editorial work has beenn featured in an impressive list of publications such as New York Times Magazine, V Magazine, Vogue Nippon, Another Magazine, Elle Italy, Wallpaper, Wall Street Journal, Teen Vogue and many, many others. His clients are some of the world’s biggest and most recognised brands – think Hermes, Bloomingdales, Galeries Lafayette, Puma, Nike, Swarovski, etc, etc. Yep, he’s pretty damn good. To see more, visit his website.

    See more work by Bela Borsodi on Yellowtrace.

     


    [Photos © Bela Borsodi.]

     





  • One Response to “Design Free Thursday // Bela Borsodi Still Life Photography.”

    1. [...] hilarious Fashion Face animations for Yalook are the work of Bela Borsodi in collaboration with Future Brand (ad agency) and Mike Beims/ The Shack (animation). Who [...]



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