Art stylizing food is exciting and constantly surprising field. Stylists can create fabulous compositions of the products we use every day in the kitchen. Below we present spectacular projects by Olga Bastion, photographed by Mikkeal Jul Hvilshøja.
The project was completed for the EVA SOLO brand, creating kitchen appliances.
On the English beach in Worthing appeared unusual cottage, designed by a ECE Architecture, local company. They wanted to create a local installation, which will engage people, encourage them to talk and interacting while walking or relaxing on the beach. In this way was built the Beach Hut which is similar to the hostel on the beach.
DeadVlei or Dead Vlei (dead marsh) is an otherworldly landscape which is a sun-blackened dead forest in a dried oasis surrounded by rust-orange giant sand dunes. The trees are estimated to be approximately 900 years old, however they have not decomposed due to the dry climate. Deadvlei is a heaven for photographers as the contrast between colors of the nature and the sky make incredible images.
Photographer Oskar Zapirain captured some amazing pictures of the Oiartzun forest located in the Basque Country, buries in the fog. This region was used to the charcoal production. The forest has the particular sign to have trees with short trunks and long vertical limbs. It’s because trees were cut in order to they grow again to guarantee their life. In the fog it’s like an imaginary forest.
Adam Pretty is a photographer specialized in sport photography. He catches with passion intense moments of famous sporting events like Olympic Games or Formula Championships. He particularly works for the Getty Images agency.
The team of SelgasCano imagined a multicolored pavilion for this annual edition of the “Serpentine Gallery Pavilion”, which happened in London. Made of sheets and strings that make us think about webs, this installation was created in order to create a “secret corridor” inspired by the chaotic structure of London’s underground. This architectural artwork will be exhibited until 18th October.
Ernesto Artillo is a Spanish artist who has observed his father making collages for a long time during his childhood before starting in this art of paper. Since then, he has been working with brands such as Oysho and Mango to illustrate their new clothes collections and adds paint brush strokes to create more relief to his floral artworks made of orchids and petals.