Balancing Acts with Raw Color

The Editorial for NOWNESS

nathan
Tue, 01/16/2018 – 16:14

Eindhoven-based studio Raw Color is a playground for material fetishists. Their work as designers, art directors, and photographers adeptly balances color and form with an intensely physical presentation of textures and light. Take this series for NOWNESS, for example: The team was tapped to illustrate Turner Prize winner Martin Creed’s foray into food back in 2012. Along with Michelin-star chef Pierre Gagnaire, they deconstructed each dish into a carefully-balanced bouquet. It’s a novel way of reimagining Creed and Gagnaire’s menu, and a reinvention of the classic still-life form. 

This series by Raw Color can be seen in our book The Still Life, which explores why many ways artists, designers, and illustrators are flocking to the visual trope for new projects.

Art direction, styling, and photography by Raw Color
Art direction, styling, and photography by Raw Color
Art direction, styling, and photography by Raw Color
Art direction, styling, and photography by Raw Color
Art direction, styling, and photography by Raw Color
Art direction, styling, and photography by Raw Color

Categories

Go to original Source
Author:

nathan

Powered by WPeMatico