Category Archives: Photography

I’m replacing the blond bimbo…

Normal people, “impefect” environments, irony and a flavour for travel. The new Dedon catalogue transforms the way of communicating outdoor furniture. It was high time someone did. Advertisements

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Is (good) photography the future of real estate?

Young Italian artists Filippo Pietranida e Roberto Prosdocimo are convinced that it is possible to make art and to communicate it in a low cost way. Using this assumption, they were able to get the retail giant LaCasa Agency and … Continue reading

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Interiors as story tellers

A few days ago a personal exhibition of the work of French photographer Baudouin was opened in Paris, at the  Galerie Clementine De La Ferronière. His shots of Parisian women in their homes are very famous and they were recently … Continue reading

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Dream-like photographs

Until March 11th, the la Chambre Gallery in Strasbourg http://www.la-chambre.org, France, will exhibit the work on British photographer Lottie Davies: a series of images that stem from “Memories and Nightmares” (the title of the collection) and that generate dream-like, surrealistic … Continue reading

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H: a small, precious magazine about creativity

Every now and then I receive a small, mysterious magazine. It’s called H and it always has a nice cover, followed by a series of images of photographic or graphic words, the biography of the artist and that’s it. Minimal … Continue reading

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Erotism, architecture & design: Carlo Mollino

It is difficult to define Carlo Mollino (1905-1973). He was definitely an architect (he designed all sorts from council houses to grand public spaces, often denying the regime-sponsored nationalistic style in favour of a more Scandinavian oriented approach). And he … Continue reading

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On beauty (and its decay)

I have always been a fan of Lisa Klappe’s work (www.lisaklappe.com). The young old Dutch photographer has for years been churning out the best styles images for up-to-date design work. She is one of the official photographers of the Design … Continue reading

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