For some reason today seems to be the tall trees photography day on the blog – only in Samuel’s case his photography involves people hanging around tall trees. Jokes aside, these shots are rather epic to say the least; Samuel captures a timelessly charming and youthful vibe.
Joanna’s style of photography has that old, dusty and almost ghostly feel to it. I love the vintage tint of these photos and especially the dark atmosphere flowing through them – like scenes from an eerie old silent film.
Advertising and editorial photography Cody Hamilton takes a great conceptual approach to his photography. In this case I love the simple aesthetic he used to photograph antiquated objects and sort of strip them of any color distractions, it leaves us with the stripped core of the objects – their cool design.
Quite simply, Davis Ayer’s photography kicks ass. I chose only to feature his ‘polatives’ series of vintage-toned and textured photos because I aim for consistency in my selections. However the rest of Davis’ portfolio is well worth the look – his great style flows through all the different photo formats he uses.
A sweet series of portraits by fashion photographer Martha Boxley.
What can I say? It’s hard to look away from Dominic Clarke’s sensual and vintage-looking shots of beautiful women.
Beautiful and grungy-looking monochrome shots by Maggie Lochtenberg.
To be a graphic designer, there is an emphasis on communicating visually to all types, for varying messages. Color schemes, image placement, genre definition, merely tools for the grand finale. Zach Graham has these tools at hand for every work.
His work first caught my attention during the “50 and 50 Project” , when he represented my home state of Arkansas. Their was a true down-home appeal, masked in a modern, simplistic, and uninterrupted visuals. As I dug deeper, I found more classic contemporary style, that wasn’t arrogant and busy.
Zach’s work speaks in a simpler more effective way, disseminating a message to step back and look beyond our own expectations, and embrace the simplicity of life.
Zach graduated from the Art Institute of Dallas, he currently works for Going Interactive. His portfolio and blog here.