• Tag: photography


    Selected Work by 0932 Design Consultants // Singapore.

    24th February

    Singapore based 0932 Design Consultants is an architectural and interior design practice formally founded in twenty eleven. The company founders, Mr Low Chee Khiang and Mr Roystern Goh, continue to personally helm each design project and tailor every experience into unique spaces. We’ve hand picked a selection of the most beautiful interiors that showcase their rigorous design methodology and a process that has been applied to private residences, retail malls, spas, resorts, hotels, serviced apartments and condominium developments throughout Asia.



    So Hot Right Now // Playing Dress Ups In Architecture Shoots.

    21st February

    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.



    Siren Lauvdal’s Stunning Images for Elle Decoration.

    18th February

    Palookaville Fotografagentur represents a number of Norway’s finest photographers, focussing on creating commercial visuals with an artistic edge. Photographer Siren Lauvdal offers a selection of stunning photographs of Bohemian living for Elle Decoration, with superb Scandinavian styling.



    Christopher Rimmer’s Haunting Images of Abandoned Towns Buried by Sand.

    13th February

    Christopher Rimmer is a Melbourne-based fine art photographer who’s forthcoming exhibition, Sign of Life, is a visual examination of the tragedy of two abandoned towns slowly being buried by the sands. The images were shot on location in the diamond mining towns of Elizabeth Bay and Kolmanskop in South Western Namibia. Local institutions such as the hospital, ballroom, power station, theatre, casino, ice factory and the first x-ray-station in the Western Hemisphere are all shown in a surreal and almost unrecognisable state.



    Deconstructed Perfume Prints by Hedi Xandt for TUSH Magazine.

    23rd January

    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.



    Design Free Thursday // Photos of Chinese Artists Reproducing Classical Sculptures.

    16th January

    Italian photographer Chiara Goia travelled to Dong Cheng, a small village in China where artists are responsible for producing imitations of renowned classical sculptures. I ache for the irony, the beauty and the bizarre nature of these images.




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