Franck Bohbot is an LA based photographer with a particular appreciation for light. We’re sharing a selection of images here today from his series called LA Confidential, which focuses on neon signage in and around Los Angeles.
The mood, the colour and the light in all of these images is just spot on.
Porcelain figurines are perhaps not the hottest item on the market right now. This was the problem facing Augarten Wien, a well-respected porcelain company in Vienna who have been making porcelain for hundreds of years. They turned to Jung von Matt to help with this, and in a masterstroke, the agency went with memes as a way to make these figurines relative again.
In terms of understanding culture and how to help your brand be a part of it, we’re sure that it doesn’t get much better than this! Who thought porcelain figurines could be so cool!
Jan Erik Waider is a German photographer who specialises in both commercial and landscape photography. Today we’re sharing some of his work from a series called: Look into the past – Iceland, which charts a visit to an incredible abandoned home in the middle of nowhere.
The moodiness and texture captured in these images is just beautiful.
To see more of Waider’s work, you can visit his website here.
Mark Mahaney is an American photographer who works both in editorial and commercial photography. Today, we’re sharing his work Polar Night, which focuses on the northernmost town in Alaska, 320 miles above the Arctic circle. Specifically, his images focus on the 65 days in winter when there is no sun at all, showing us what it’s like to live in such an inhospitable environment.
What an incredible window into a world most of us could never dream of. We love this work!
We never knew we needed photographs of snails in our lives, until we see this work by Aleia Murawski and Samuel Copeland. It casts snails in the most ridiculous scenes, somehow bringing some much needed cuteness to our little garden friends.
We absolutely love this!
You can visit their website here and instagram here.