Are you as crazy about the current still life photography revival as I am? The colors, the bold use of everyday objects, the geometry! Whether functioning as high-end advertisements or personal art projects, these images often take on an ’80s vibe–what’s not to love?! Today we shine the spotlight on still life endeavors featuring fruits and veggies…
Above we see the work of Dutch artist Wyne Veen, who celebrates the intersection of the sculptural, the everyday and the highly manufactured. Below we get a taste of Sarah Illenberger‘s work. This Berlin-based multi-disciplinary artist breathes new life into the familiar. Here are two images from her Tutti Frutti series:
Jacob Reischel consists of Berlin-based designers Marie Jacob and Julia Strathmann (Reischel). We see a few of the team’s images below, which are whimsical yet polished. Interesting details fill each piece. See more on Tumblr.
One final image for your inspiration: an assortment of produce arranged on colorful plates, beautifully photographed by Maurizio Di Iorio:
Today’s featured fruit- and veggie-themed images make me want to celebrate fall’s bounty in colorful style. I sense a DIY project coming on…stay tuned!
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