• Design Free Thursday // Epic Photo Series by Christian Stoll.


    Posted on 11th October, by Dana Tomić Hughes in photography, random fun. No Comments

    Shot for BMW-Magazine.
    Image © Christian Stoll.

    Shot for BMW-Magazine.
    Image © Christian Stoll.

    Shot for IBM. Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, New-York.
    Image © Christian Stoll.

    Shot for Microsoft. Agency: McCann Erickson, San-Francisco.
    Image © Christian Stoll.

    Shot for DB Schenker. Agency: Scholz & Friends, Berlin.
    Image © Christian Stoll.

    Shot for Wired Magazine.
    Image © Christian Stoll.

    Shot for General Electric. Agency: Atmosphere/BBDO New York.
    Image © Christian Stoll.

    Shot for IBM. Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, New-York.
    Image © Christian Stoll.

     

    Seriously, what can I say here? Errr… Wow? That’s all I’ve got. Besides, words really aren’t even necessary – looking at these immense images is enough. If a picture tells a thousand words, these pictures tell at least… three times as much! (Hoping here you’ve seen Zoolander).

    On a more serious note, these incredible images are the work of highly respected German photographer Christian Stoll. Living between New York city and Düsseldorf, Stoll works for numerous global brands and companies and for their networking companies and creative agencies. His Epic photo series is the stuff futuristic sci-fi movies are made of. I highly suggest you open each image in the gallery window below to appreciate them in full size (email and RSS subscribers, best if you click through to the post and view gallery in the browser). I promise that you won’t be disappointed.


    [Images © Christian Stoll.]







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