London-based photographer Owen Silverwood doesn’t really have much of anything to say about himself at his website. He chooses to let his work do the talking and the work consists of some very unusual still life photography encompassing an even more unusual range of subject matter.
John Ross takes some very unusual photographs of unusual objects, substances and actions. All of which are beautiful to look at.
“Of Italian descent, Guido Mocafico was born in Switzerland in 1962. A specialist in still life, he works regularly for international magazines such as Numèro, Paris Vogue, Big, The Face, Self-Service, and Wallpaper. He has also undertaken numerous advertising campaigns for Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Clinique, Shiseido, and Hermës. Over the past four years, Mocafico has been at work on a personal project related to architecture, and he continues to explore aesthetic and scientific themes in nature. He lives in Paris. His book, Serpens, can be purchased through Steidl.”
I was really blown away by his serpent photographs. Just beautiful. Discovered via (and paragraph above lifted from) Feature Shoot.
David Sykes specializes in strange and inventive still life photography that draws influence from our bizarre pop culture overdrive society.
There is a really cool new set of images in the portfolio of photographer Branislav Kropilak titled, Garages. Beautiful imagery.
Fantastic still life photos from Olivier Pasqual. I love them all.