Taking the Cullinan for a spin (/splash)… New work shot for Rolls Royce , photographed across various locations in the highlands of Scotland.
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.
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.
Chasing the Velar P300 weaving through the mountains through fading golden light in the Alps, Tom Bunning camped in a tent on the side of a mountain to get these brutally beautiful images, 2112 metres above sea level in a recent commission for the upcoming Swiss issue of Lodestars Anthology in collaboration with Land Rover.
If you're a keen road cyclist - this road is infamous. For those not in the know, the road's official name is the Col de Cal Reis, but to friends it's just the Cobra. A perfect 6 miles rising to 2,000 feet nestled in the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains. A perfect location for Tom to vist.
Tom took to Switzerland early spring to explore the mountainous terrain and breathtaking landscapes in the new Mercedes 180. The work was later shown in Rucksack Magazine.
Outstanding travel publication Lodestars Anthology commissioned Tom to explore northern Japan for a forthcoming issue. The mountains in Towada National park were breathtaking.
Tom travelled to Iceland photographing the extraordinary landscape and the equally extraordinary Land Rover Discovery, Tom created a set of images that let the both the landscape and the 4x4 compliment each others rugged, yet beautiful forms.
Outstanding travel publication Lodestars Anthology commissioned Tom to explore the Stockholm Archipelago, the largest in Sweden for a forthcoming issue. Originally the inhabitants of the archipelago were farmers and fishermen but now it’s a popular holiday destination. Around 15% of the area is owned and protected by the Archipelago Foundation so that everyone can have access to the natural world offered by this beautiful place which has approximately 24,000 islands and islets waiting to be explored.