Potter Chris Keenan photographed by Tom Bunning for Floris London.
Since 2016, Berry Bros. & Rudd, London wine merchants founded in the 17th century, have commissioned a different artist each year to design the label for their much loved 'Good Ordinary Claret'. In 2019 Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard were commissioned to produce the label and they recreated a long forgotten Victorian invention - the multigraph - which, by clever arrangement of mirrors, allows people to be photographed in such a way as to render 5 versions of the sitter, all at different angles in the final image. Iain and Jane adapted the original invention by laster cutting the bottle's silhouette into the edges of the two mirrors that meet in the middle and slotting the bottle into the available hole. This clever trick and use of 21st century technology allowed for a final image with just one bottle but 5 wine glasses, the idea being that 'one bottle may nourish many glasses'. This photographed image then became the label for Berry Bros. & Rudd 2019 Good Ordinary Claret.
Joseph's "knitted camouflage" project with Nina Dodd has now been published by Hoxton Mini Press as a beautiful hard-back book entitled 'Invisible Jumpers'. The book features 25 pieces of bespoke knitwear worn by humans, dogs and bananas alike - blending seamlessly into their surroundings thanks to more than 1000 hours of knitting and endless hours lining up the camera for the perfect shot.
Tom has been working with Rolls Royce for over 4 years now. Here’s his latest shoot, photographing the Wraith Eagle VIII and it’s fabulous interior.
Selected images from Jonathan's recent personal and pensive study, 'Chair Diary'.
Lovely new portrait amongst the Cherry Blossom from Joseph’s Knitted Camouflage series.
Joseph had the pleasure of being featured on ITV this week. He and knitter Nina Dodd were interviewed on their ongoing personal project Knitted Camouflage.
New from Joseph from his Knitted Camouflage series. Joseph and his collaborator knitter Nina Dodd spotted the perfect location near Brighton, then Nina used 1950’s swimming costume patterns for that authentic itchy woollen feel to these rockpooling costumes.