Can you imagine a warzone in the jungles of Congo to be that beautiful. photographer Richard Mosse captured incredible images of the war torn territory, using a rare military urveillance technique known as ‘Kodak Aerochrome’. This film brand created a way to show infrared capabilities. It means that the green tones in the jungle will transform into all kinds of red, lavender, crimson and hot pink.
It’s litterly takes your breath away and shows the beauty of Congo, an irrational and brutal warzone.
In Paris you can find a lot of high fashion walking arround. You get inspired just by drinking a coffee on a terras. I found these lovely pics on Elle.com and had to share them. Some cool street fashion, especially when their are couture shows..
Capturing empty architectural interiors, showing their many year of cultural and architectural history. The brilliant photographer that shot these still lifes is Candida Höfer, well known for her large-format images showing the interior of incredible spaces. Creating portraits of the Louvre, Uffizi Gallery, the Royal Portuguese Library in Rio de Janeiro, La Scala opera-house in Milan, and many others.Dominikanerkirche Sankt Andreas Dusseldorf Benrather Schloss DusseldorfBenrather Schloss Dusseldorf
This magazine is one to read! The images are incredible and have great tips for city trips. Published only twice a year capturing places, people and products of a city. Showing photography featuring a selection of style and culture articles.
The new Lookbook of British designer Ally Capellino. Introducing her new Spring / Summer 2015 collection of mens and womens bags and accessories. The Beautiful Lookbook show by Agnes Lloyd-Platt is color cornered and gives a simple but yet very visual and effective image. A mix of portrait and still life on pastel backgrounds.
For the shots they had a collaboration with Glasshouse Salon, creating a nice combenation between still life and portrait.
If i could choose a place to live, I would definitely consider this loft in Eindhoven. An industrial style loft photographed by Paulina Arcklin, with crumbled concrete walls and big black iron windows, raw ceiling and wide spaces. The iron frame windows let’s plenty of light through, so the loft is lit up with nature light. The interior stylist Renee Arns, the owner of Out of the Blue concept store, used only a few colors (black, grey, brown & white) and materials (concrete, leather, iron, wood) to get this result, want turned out to be fantastic.