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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Moody Styling with H Skjalm P

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This series has one of the most beautiful color palettes I have seen all together in a while. I am smitten with all the moody tones without being too dark, sad or flat. The colors are rich and super well combined with metals to brighten ups the product placements. The compositions are well thought working with the golden cut, and …

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One plant, three stylings

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This is my take on the last Urban Jungle Bloggers challenge. The February theme is about getting creative and style 1 plant in 3 different ways showing how indoor plants can fit into any kind of interior styling. Igor and Judith are the two creative souls behind this project, watch out, today there will be some green inspirations over the blogosphere! My idea …

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Styling at its finest with Studio Pepe

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If I had to do to a visual art campaign, I'd work with those guys! Well, their client portfolio is pretty impressive and their work has graced the pages of Wallpaper, Elle Decoration UK, and there is B&B Italia, &Tradition, Fritz Hansen, Max Mara, Wedgwood and many other stellar names to list. STUDIOPEPE is a Milan based design studio specialized on …

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Vive la Différence – a styling essay

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You might know by now how much I love a styling challenge. When lovely Tina from Colour Living asked my to participate in her Vive la Différence series, I couldn't help but thinking moody again. She gives you a list of different themes where you can choose the one you relate most to with different objects to include. The interpretation is up to …

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A styling exercise

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I have been taking Holly Becker's course Styling & Intention. The community is always uplifting and the learnings are very worth signing up even when you have been part of it already several times. Plus, these courses make you move. This time, Holly came up with a very interesting exercise at the end of the course I'd like to share. …

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