Seductive Spaces by Elena Mora

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Meanwhile we are discussing today color palettes at our Trend Think Tank in Barcelona, we'd like to share a project that perfectly embodies the spirit of one of the three trends we presented at imm Cologne last week: Maximum. Created for the Italian design and architecture magazine Icon Design, by the stylist and set designer Elena Mora, the editorial offers a …

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Symmetry, illusion and void by Maria Svarbova

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Themes of life often set up in Socialist-era public spaces – such as dining, swimming, a visit to the doctor – mundane aspects are triggering Maria Svarbova's conceptual photography the most. Born 1988 in Slovakia, she studies restoration and archaeology but found a medium for her artistic expression in photography.       © Maria Svarbova Her strong identity is characterised by the tranquil atmosphere that …

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6 examples of trending Tone-On-Tone styling by Junichi Ito, part III

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This special gift edition for Vogue Japan was shot by Junichi Ito who is a photographer was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan. He moved to New York City in 2005 where he currently lives. These 6 examples of trending Tone-On-Tone styling add to the previous articles where we already featured this fascinating way of color styling and photography. It was …

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The Modern Geology Project – Prop styling by Clare Piper

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Lately we have seen several projects of resin, glass and soap sculptures that could be classified under the term of The Modern Geology Project. In fact, these images often are included in trend forecasts and Clare Piper's prop shooting is no exception. She is an interiors, still life and prop stylist living and working in London. SergieW Photography Geology has been a fascinating …

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10 examples of the NEO CAMOUFLAGE style

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Camouflage seems to be a successful practice for exteriors, like we have shown you in this article before.  The philosophy there linked to a more protective mechanism, in order to become one with nature and to hide from potential enemies. What we will show you today, presents a slightly different strategy, and probably more artistic one than the one of the …

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Hashtag aesthetic photography by Paloma Rincón

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Paloma Rincón is a Madrid based, Mexican born, photographer working worldwide, from experimental and personal projects to commercial assignments for big companies with a knack for still life photography. She creates visual games in the intersection where photography meets sculpture, design, instalation or illustration. For AD Spain she teamed up with stylist Pete Bermejo to illustrate a story of different floorings. We couldn't say …

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