Work in progress by Studio Edo
Residential project in Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia
Lonney White’s investigations into the properties of natural materials emanate an equally organic work ethic. White invents a unique aesthetic vocabulary through his interests in depth, composition, texture, and the use of light, allowing him to embrace and manipulate the caliber of a given material.
Mariana Garcia is a young fashion photographer based in Monterrey, Mexico. Her style, clean yet deep in colour and subject, leaves you thinking, wondering more about what the story of the photo might actually hold, further beyond the given image. Her work is a mixture of portrait, editorial, reportage and is constantly growing in other disciplines. Here are some of our favorite shots from her diverse portfolio…
Mr. Vik Muniz / Scrap Metal Animals
Brazilian artist Vik Muniz created these images of animals using scrap metal. You can get idea of the huge scale of Muniz’ work by looking at the first image – notice the pile of car doors on the left. Much of Muniz’ art is an accumulation of what many would consider garbage to create fine art. He creates huge ‘collages’ from these objects, photographs them, and returns them to their smaller scale. You may recognize Muniz and his work from the acclaimed documentary Wasteland in which his process was detailed.
Marc Newson: At Home
The most influential industrial designer of his generation, Marc Newson (Australian, born 1963) has designed everything from a dish rack to a personal jet, some pieces mass-produced, others one-offs, for both companies and art galleries.
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