Tag: art direction
Italian based communication research centre Fabrica recently launched ‘Extra-Ordinary Gallery’, a collection of ordinary objects designed by a team of Fabrica’s multicultural designers and entirely made by hand in Italy. Daily rituals made special through attention to detail. The formal simplicity, shapes and materials of these objects become a tribute to the beauty of basic and small pleasures in life.
Empty, people-less spaces in architectural photography is out. Well, not really. But what’s in, is creative project shoots – and specifically dress ups. More and more, designers are taking an inventive approach to the capturing of their work on camera, incorporating props, people, and a strong sense of narrative. The result is some very dynamic – and entertaining – photography of houses and spaces, which could actually pass as works of art on their own.
Hedi Xandt is a Hamburg-based multidisciplinary designer with a fresh perspective on graphic art. He recently deconstructed a series of luxury perfume bottles for TUSH Magazine, reducing them to a single line drawing shown with key ingredients in their natural state.
01 | Bence Bakonyi’s Striking Images With a Surreal Twist. 02 | Damien Hirst x Alexander McQueen | A Film by Sølve Sundsbø [TV]. 03 | Daft Punk at Lautner’s Sheats Goldstein Residence in LA. 04 | Karl Lagerfeld Photographs Iconic Furniture From Cassina. 05 | Spot The Star: George Clooney x Yayoi Kusama for W Magazine December 2013. 06 | Dion Lee 2013 Collection Inspired by Contemporary Australian Identity. 07 | Vedas: Garments and Space Design by Nicholas Alan Cope & Dustin Edward Arnold. 08 | Delicious Interiors Photography by Henry Bourne. 09 | Decor Codes by Studiopepe.
George Clooney has got to be the ultimate silver fox. That aside, the sheer brilliance of Yayoi Kusama is enough to make me squeal with excitement. To top the whole thing off, just put Georgey-baby in an incredible Giorgio Armani suite, let Kusama go sick on him with her dots, bring in Emma Summerton to photograph the whole thing, and you’ve got yourself one epic cover shoot for W Magazine Dec 2013/ Jan 2014 issue…
I’m sure you’ll agree you don’t often see repeated content here on Yellowtrace. Right? Right-o. I’m also pretty sure you’ll agree Heidi Lerkenfeldt’s images are so freaking sweet, and you simply cannot mind I’m subjecting your eyeballs to her work one more time. It’s not difficult to see why Lerkenfeldt is a highly respected Danish photographer in demand. She is the master of composition, colour and light. Judging from these images, there’s no doubt she also gets to work with seriously talented stylists…