Today we had a shoot with photographer Sander Dekker and our favorite models Jelmer Bijsmans & Sophie Horck for our new campaign and the upcoming webshop (which will open monday). We will keep you posted!
Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto has always used his camera to explore unseen phenomena like artifacts of time, light, the elements, and human perception. In his latest series, Lightning Fields, he essentially established a micro-environment in the dark room akin to the conditions of an electrical storm. Sugimoto creates lush large-scale black and white prints that resemble botanical and biological images, landscapes, high-power microscopic magnifications, and lightning itself. Sugimoto is considered one of the greatest living photographers, he constantly pushes the limits of what photography can achieve.
We selected some photos for you, please let us know what you think!
Photographer Brian Cummings did a series on the exploration of the art of tattooing. Over the past year he photographed tattoo artist and some of their clients. This is not your everyday tattoo photography, it’s classy, sexy, and artsy. This ‘Bodies of Work’ series by Brian Cummings is pretty good, don’t you think?
We love lobsters, The lobster is our mascot, because lobsters have blue blood, and therefore are aristocratic. The brand is called Blue Blood because we have blue blood – indigo running through our veins.
Earlier we have showed you the Lobsterdress.
Now recently we stumbled upon a photographer by the name Isabelle Bonjean (Jean in the last name was promising). She has done work for Vogue Japon, Vogue Gioiello, Surface, Wallpaper, American Elle and more.
The specific picture that drew our attention was from the shoot she did for Citizen K. (see picture below)
No words needed here why we like this picture.
To see more of Isabelle’s work go to the website: IBONJEAN
Our friend Cornelie Tollens has collaborated with Parra to create this awesome photoserie for Glamcult called “You might as well face it you’re addicted to love”.
The photography, done by Cornelie, was overlayered with the infamous Parra characters. The end result looks really cool.
Cornelie is expert in photoseries with a very teasing edge to them. It is basically her trademark. Her models, mostly posing semi-nude, have a dirty-flirt look going on. Cornelie plays with sexuality in a female-friendly way.
Definitely something to check out!