Sunday, 11 April 2010
Thursday, 8 April 2010
These images are from the wonderful Rebecca Thuss, her work is so colourful and often centres around the use of flowers in her set ups. They always manage to look so considered and thought out whilst still maintaining a fun and naturally placed quality to the photographs.
Another favourite, Atlanta Bartlett. Her website is fantastic, showcasing such a high volume of imagery in her portfolio. My favourite shots are from the pale and interesting section, I think it takes real talent to make a room look atmospheric and interesting with hardly any use of colour. Even when only using a few objects, the shot still manages to create interest, often through the use of varied textures and surface finish.
Some of my other favourite stylists are listed below, I have resisted the temptation to put an image with each name, I have a degree to pass so I should spend some time on that now.
- Selina Lake
- Stella Nicolaisen
- Shana Faust
- Randi Brookman
- Lucyina Moodie
- Studio Too Good
I hope you find someone in the list that takes your interest.
Bye for now
Saturday, 3 April 2010
I've really launched myself into looking at more decorative patterns, after looking at traditional artists such as A.H Mackmurdo and Lindsay Butterfield I wanted to research ways inwhich new artists use traditional decorative patterns in a contemporary way. I thought ceramics would be a great area to look at, surface pattern in ceramics is as popular and stylish as ever and I have came across two brilliantly different, but equally talented ceramic artists.
The second ceramic artist is someone I really admire... I think I may even have an art crush on this woman. Her name is Samantha Robinson. She has an amazing website which displays her beautiful work and really demonstrates the theme and concept of her brand and products.