Good news! I’ve just launched my e-shop, where you can buy 10″ x 8″ prints of my first gelatin silver process photography series, ‘England’ (2013). All are editions of 50 and come with a certificate of authentication. Better yet, in celebration of my prints FINALLY being available to purchase, I’m giving you a little discount in the run up to Christmas… Simply enter the code ‘ESHOPLAUNCH’ on checkout and you’ll get 20% off your entire order! Now it doesn’t get much better than that, does it?
Visit my e-shop at www.danieldunt.bigcartel.com
The first exclusive editorial for TALLULAH Digital is in and it’s superb!
“In an exclusive for TALLULAH Digital, Melbourne-based photographer Michelle Tran and stylist Jade Leung shoot 14-year-old Caleigh Wallace for an editorial that aims to highlight Melbourne’s fascination with Japanese culture. The shoot is inspired by Barbie’s younger and cooler sister, Skipper, who is sweet, youthful and fun.”
You can view the full editorial on TALLULAH Digital.
Photography by Michelle Tran
Images courtesy of Michelle Tran
The work of emerging British photographer Charlotte Eliza King has always impressed me, ever since I first spoke to her and saw her sublime portfolio. Better yet, in the year or two I’ve known her nothing’s changed. I’m still absolutely blown away by the quality of Charlotte’s work. On that note, one of her latest shots really grabbed me…
Charlotte’s work is quite raw, and I really admire how nothing’s too perfect, but instead completely natural.
You can view Charlotte’s full portfolio through her website.
Photography by Charlotte Eliza King
Images courtesy of Charlotte Eliza King
‘Dresses by inheritance’ is a beautiful collaboration between talented Paris-based photographer Simon Nagel and European unisex brand Ksenia Schnaider that I featured on TALLULAH today, and it’s so beautiful that I simply had to share it with you…
You can view the full collaboration on TALLULAH.
Photography by Simon Nagel
Images courtesy of Ksenia Schnaider
Photographer Stefanie Schneider lives and works in Los Angeles and Berlin. S J Emberton introduced me to her work a month or so back, and I’m delighted that he did. Stefanie’s work has a surrealist edge and allows you to slip into a retro, dream-like state. Everything she captures is subtly perfect, and I could easily sit and stare at her work all day.
You can view more of Stefanie’s work through Saatchi Online.
Photography by Stefanie Schneider
Images courtesy of Stefanie Schneider
I was over the moon when I discovered Anzevino + Bob Mizer, a capsule collection made in collaboration between Anzevino and the Bob Mizer Foundation. The collection includes an assortment of t-shirts featuring erotic portraiture by Bob Mizer.
Erotic photography is, without doubt, an incredible art, and there’s no doubt that Bob Mizer did it flawlessly. Each image is sublime and, despite not previously being a huge fan of erotic photography when slapped across a t-shirt, the Anzevino + Bob Mizer collection is definitely something I’d like to invest in, and you should probably do the same!
Images courtesy of International Playground
It seems that today I’ve fallen completely in love with the work of Canadian-born, Los Angeles-based photographer, Matthew Tammaro. Shooting for everyone from Vogue to Nylon, he’s absolutely brilliant. Not to mention, his work is completely unpredictable; one minute Matthew will be shooting a fashion editorial and the next he’ll be standing by a beautiful lake. If you’re simply after something sublime and sometimes edgy, Tammaro is your guy!
You can view Matthew’s full portfolio through his website.
Photography by Matthew Tammaro
Images courtesy of Matthew Tammaro
Director and Photographer, Dennis Swiatkowski, followed Andrzej Lisowski, co-founder of Amsterdam-based menswear brand Delikatessen, around as he talks about the brand and the important role food plays in his life…
Video by Dennis Swiatkowski