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  gold  

Reinhard Hunger

Amount of Images: 10

 
  silver  

Making Pictures

Amount of Images: 6

about the artwork
Alexander Coggin's personal project Cooking While Italian draws on memories of his Philadelphia-based Italian family, replicating his grandmother’s cooking style with satire and fondness.

 
  bronze  

Daniel Feistenauer

Amount of Images: 12

about the artwork
Britische Kultur in Hamburg für Zeitmagazin. (Text Susanne Mayer | Styling Hannah Godde) Kaum jemand außerhalb von England, der sich so viel Mühe gibt mit dem Englischsein wie in Hamburg. Hier ist Englischsein eine Manie, ein Gestus, der sich der einst so imperial herrschenden Macht anschmiegt und sie zugleich zu übertreffen sucht.   

 
  public voting, merits  

Studio Johann Cohrs

Amount of Images: 12

about the artwork
BMW Individual, a service for high-end customers to personalize their new car in an exclusive way. An adaptation of the art genre Suprematism, which divides the individual models and components into basic geometrical forms such as circles, squares, lines and rectangles. The concept is cross-model and can be extended in all directions.  Agency Serviceplan, ECD Jan Grothklags, CD Falk Pegelow  Concept + Photographer Johann Cohrs

 
  merits  

Andrea thode

Amount of Images: 12

about the artwork
EXHIBITION DESCRIPTION For this exhibition Andrea Thode has put together a series of four productions that he created in teamwork with various prop- and food stylists for BARBARA magazine, which is issued once a month in germany. One production consists of a spread that serves as an introduction to the four recipes. Every single production has an overarching topic and the teams ambition is then to create eye-catching and captivating food images for every issue. Since the teamwork on every production is essential, they must be mentioned in the same breath with the photographer: food styling: Eliane Neubert & Stevan Paul prop styling: Maria Grossmann & Pinny Daniels

 
  merits  

Joseph Ford

Amount of Images: 12

about the artwork
Since my first explorations of aerial photography I was fascinated by the way that patterns appear in nature or architecture that reminded me of other textures, other materials. When you're in the air, cars become toys, tall walls are reduced to lines on the ground, buildings become geometric shapes… During the process of exploring this change of perspective, it became clear that a sand dune could become a fold in a piece of clothing, a zipper could become a train track. I spent days researching areas I wanted to photograph from the air, then even more time finding ways of combining aspects of the landscape with details of clothing.  I’ve worked with clients including Missoni, Lacoste, Pepe Jeans London and Hennessy on this project.