There is always be a first time for something.
This is the first time I see a kitchen styling that was literally jaw-dropping. I couldn’t believe when browsing through the entire catalog, the work and concept that has been created here, and I really went back and forth uncountable times.
I never publish more than 6 pics in my posts and with this one exception here, and I believe today it’s a no-rules day again. I am not able to take another image out (I had 10 of them).
If you follow photographer Tommaso Sartori and his work, you will immediately recognize his signature style. I love his dramatic and very artsy style, even all props involved are basically pretty rustic. But he still brings the story to his side creating a catalog with old painting alike images including contemporary still motion effects.
I am wondering if the animals are all photoshopped or if they had organized a little zoo at the photo studio:) He is one of my favorite commercial photographers, and I already loved this story he did for Boffi a while ago. Splashing water drops and smoking objects are kind of his thing.
And if you want to see a really interesting styling portfolio, please check Elisa Ossino‘s work. I have stumbled upon her styling sessions already twice in the last few days and she is anything but conventional. There is always an amazing set up guaranteed. Seeing those two work together here is a real visual feast! G, x
PD: You see there is no particular note on interior design or Boffi’s kitchen concept, sorry, the styling and photo story just have me totally gripped.