• Set Design and Prop Styling by Sarah Parker.


    Posted on 14th November, by Dana Tomić Hughes in photography, set design + styling. No Comments


    Totally Tropical // Personal project with photographer Catherine Losing.

     

    Collaboration with photographer Alexander Kent.

     

    British Fashion Council & GQ // Advertising for the British Fashion Council Menswear London Collections. Photographer Sam Hofman.

     

    Shapes //Project with photographer Michael Bodiam.

     

    From Chaos to Order // Project with photographer Michael Bodiam.

     

    Jewels // Collaboration with photographer Catherine Losing using natural found objects.

     

    Sarah Parker (not to be confused with Sarah Jessica Parker!) is a designer and maker based in East London. After graduating from Illustration at the University of Brighton in 2008, Sarah set up her studio where she spends “most of her time, knee deep in paper, glue and surrounded by half drunk cups of tea.” So sweet.

    This clever lady has worked with an impressive list of clients in her relatively short career – think *Wallpaper, Topshop, GQ, Mr Porter, The Guardian, Ikea, Honda etc, etc. No wonder, really – her work is super clever, witty and bright. Hats off Miss Parker.


    [Images courtesy of Sarah Parker.]







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