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Continuing his portraits of animals, BRANSCH artist Ralph Hargarten took the chance to take these portraits of horses. Because of their eyes, horses usually look at you from the side and can’t really see you from the front, the way Ralph photographed them. Despite this fact, his subjects seem to l
In New Zealand, there is an unbelievably diverse ecosystem; within are some of the most beautiful species of birds in the world.
BRANSCH artist Daan Brand’s work contains many elements, and he strives to provoke his viewer with many emotions in each photograph.
BRANSCH artist Levon Biss is famous for his images of athletes and celebrities around the globe. He loves athletics in all its forms; this series shows athletes from the Invictus Games, an athletics competition for injured British servicemen and women.
There is much cool stuff happening to us and around us, but a lot of it really happens in our heads. BRANSCH artist Kai Wiechmann provides his playful take on this: “We ‘supercharge’ the things we use, read, and touch ourselves, while at the same time what we we project, will always be part of what surrounds us.” He liked the idea of portraits with faces obscured by something that reflects fragments of the environment.
Every season NRC-DeLUXE invites an iconic designer to be their guest editor for their fashion special.
BRANSCH artists Shimon and Tammar have collaborated frequently with Chef Eric Ripert for the past fourteen years, shooting his cookbooks and the food he and his famous restaurant, Le Bernadin, create.
BRANSCH artist Jean-Louis Wolff has worked extensively with movement in his art. Though his work, he met Ivig, who he calls his “crazy freeruuner friend.” He recently collaborated with Ivig on a project to capture a freerun jumping course – or parcours – in one image.
BRANSCH artist Petrus Olsson collaborated with ANR BBDO for the new campaign for Mercedes-Benz FleetLeasing car models, based on satisfied customers their solution for company cars.
BRANSCH artist Ralph Hargartens portraits of animals are much more than simple animal photographs. In his pictures, Ralph captures the personality of his subjects.We see what we want to see – removed from their natural surrounding, the pictures reduce the impression to the animal itself, its beauty and their emotions.
Based on the brief from Stadium, BRANSCH artist Petrus Olsson developed and refined a concept focusing on music.
Exploring the world of macro, BRANSCH artist Levon Biss brings his skills with sports photography to bear.
BRANSCH artist Christian Stoll discovers abstract beauty in everyday objects, both in his work and in his life.
BRANSCH artist Achim Lippoth had the honor of photographing the first Marcelo Burlon kids collection, “Kids of Milan.” This new line is the latest venture of the italian based designer.
The new Anne Kurris winter collection 14/15 shows kids exploring an enchanted white forest, existing of paper trees.
BRANSCH artist Achim Lippoth collaborated with Ogilvy & Mather to shoot the new Gerber campaign, “It’s not Gerber until they say it’s Gerber.” Makers of baby food often tell parents that their products are nutritious and delicious, but Gerber asked a panel of 2000 of the toughest critics – baby taste-testers – to put its claims to the test.
The bommel is a traditional wool garment that is used as ornament or costume jewelry. Depending on the shape and use, it gives the impression of a more original, rustic, or traditional costume.
Visiting Cape Town recently, BRANSCH artist Olaf Blecker was impressed and inspired by the variety of birds he encountered.
We are bombarded by news and media constantly nowadays. BRANSCH artist Christian Stoll takes on the issue in his latest personal work.
“Only time tells the truth.” BRANSCH artist Joerg Reichardt’s images are encounters that describe brief moments, short takes out of time. All the images in his recent series from Cuba were taken in a short period of four weeks. They range in subject, but share the ephemeral – sometimes, random inspirational encounters, sometimes people he has sought out.