vernacularism:

William Eggleston, Freezer still life 1970-73

vernacularism:

William Eggleston, Freezer still life 1970-73

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Camila Falquez

Still Life

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Dinner Etiquette & Sweet Treats

Photographer: Scott Newett / Art director: Sonia Rentsch

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Dinner Etiquette & Sweet Treats are two gorgeous still life series by Australian duo, photographer Scott Newett and art director & prop stylist  Sonia Rentsch. They were able to give life and personality to kitchenware, making them appear as costumes.

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Put Put
Cleaning Tips. Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin
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Put Put

Cleaning Tips. Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin

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Kartsen Wegener

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wearenapoleon:

fruit and dye on canvas by adam kremer, 2013. 

wearenapoleon:

fruit and dye on canvas by adam kremer, 2013. 

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Lisa Gonzalez

Housewives. Photos Inspired by Ads Targeting the Consumer American Housewife of the 40s, 50s, and 60s


Housewives is New York-based photographer Lisa Gonzalez’s series that recalls society’s expectation of the post-war American housewife. Modeled after advertisements geared towards women in the 1940s, 50s and 60s, Gonzalez’s still life images explore the relationship between consumerism and domesticity of the time. The images have a slightly Stepford-wife feel to them, perfectly put together and pretty as a picture, channeling the visual culture of a time when women were led to believe they were destined for domestic labor.

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Bea de Giacomo for alla Carta #2

Fresh from the pages of Alla Carta Issue 2, Bea De Giacomo playfully shot some really interesting food combinations in this still life series.  The Milan-based photographer and image consultant selected a pastel backdrop to showcase the fine delicacies, looking so delicious you’d want to eat them right off the page (or in this case your computer screen).

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Weendy van Santen

Sweet  veggies

Beth Galton

Photography

Charlotte Omnès

Stylist

Cut Food, a series by New York-based still life and food photographer Beth Galton, delivers an eye-pleasing, intriguing new look at what we eat. A collaboration with food stylist Charlotte Omnès, the duo worked meticulously to showcase the dynamic cross sections, each one differing in level of difficulty to achieve. Some items looked great being cut in half without any manipulation—the donuts and ice cream, for example—while others proved to require some of Omnès’ handy styling tricks—like using gelatin to solidify liquid in the soup cans.

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designbinge:

Slope Bowl by 


Matt Dennis

designbinge:

Slope Bowl by 

soudasouda:

Photo by Courtney Reagor
Work by Souda

soudasouda:

Photo by Courtney Reagor

Work by Souda

Barbara Ciurej & Lindsay Lochman

Ponder Food as Love

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Ponder food as love—to nurture and to feast upon.

The body becomes serving plate, altar, banquet and booty. Still life transforms into emotional landscape as the line between serving and self blurs. After countless hours at the kitchen counter preparing food for our families, we began to investigate the delicate and compelling nature of nurturing.

As Pablo Neruda writes of “…the transmigration of dream into salad” so, too, do these images hover between the earth and transcendence.

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Richard Kolker’s digital modeling photography

Photographer Richard Kolker could be described as a hyper-modern reality artist.  Although, he prefers the definition ” ‘synthetic photography’; the recording of virtual light interacting with virtual geometry using a virtual camera.” . That’s what he does, while his objects of interest (whether it’s still life,  spaces, detailed corners or even famous paintings) are subjected to a series of dimensional transformations: from 2D to 3D and vice versa. Depth, light-play and pattern are the most distinctive elements that captivate the viewers of his work.  Getting the revolution of photography one step further, Richard Kolker surely knows how successfully showcase  illusions. Or reality? You decide.

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Inflorescence by Putput
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Inflorescence by Putput

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