Toronto based photographer and jewelry designer.

Designer, Urban Gardener and Nature Photographer!

Saturday, April 28, 2012

What Lurks Beneath The Deep Blue Mist?

What kind of mystical creatures live in the depths of the sea? If you are curious you must watch the BBC documentary 'Blue Planet'?

Otherwise here are some stunning shots of translucent creatures of the deep by underwater photographer Alexander Semenov.


These mysterious creatures have lived on this planet long before we came along, yet they look like our modern day aliens see on screen. Why is that? Have we somehow taken inspiration from them?

If you want to see more of these fascinating little guys check out Alexanders website, as this is just the tip of the work that he has done.

Alexander Semenov Website

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Friday, April 27, 2012

A pinch of grass!

I have a very strange obsession with large pegs! I have several wall mounted ones that I can use to pin up ideas and inspiration on a daily basis. One of my favourites that I have is a bright red one from Pottery Barn, which later on got duplicated by Indigo.

Indigo Peg

So when I came across this photograph of an art installation in the  Chaudfontaine park in Belgium by Uysal Mehmel Ali, you can imagine my excitement. 

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Exploring the limit of food photography.

Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler bravely explore how far he can push the limits of food photography, and the result is pure art.

Not only do these photographs comment on food waste but it also makes you think about just how much food you let rot.

These images that were once delicious strawberries, oranges and other everyday grocery items are bold and striking amongst other many things.

One Third



This definitely makes me think twice about what I should buy when I do my groceries to minimize unnecessary purchase that may one day end up looking like the above.

Klaus Pichler Website

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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Bulky Giants To Structural Charms!

How many times have you seen electrical towers that appear to be bulky structural giants, which look completely out of place on grass hillsides and vast empty spaces of land? Only of course one photographer (Steffen Schrägle) can make something so industrial and out of place look ethereal. 

However there is another option, to change the form of the electrical towers to suit the environment around it and mimic the natural aesthetics. A Moscow-based design studio (Design Depot) did just that. They realized a design concept that could potentially solve this visual dilemma by making the towers appear more natural and also they added a touch of character.