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“Art Materials” is a rather eye capturing and inspiring project by photographer Pamela R. Cook, a photographer currently based in Brooklyn, New York.

Specializing in still photography but also continuously evolving in various aspects of photography, Pamela Cook captures objects in a mostly unique way. Just by looking at her photos shown below, I feel like grabbing some pencils and start sketching!
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An original project entitled “Colors” by Oliver Schwarzwald (collaboration with Hugo Bruls) capturing color in various unusual environments.

The photographer specializes in editorials and advertising. Check out his site and discover his rich portfolio.
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Erin Tyner is the photographer of this original series depicting miniature figures in various environments.

There is a soft melancholy in her shots as she captures the emotive situations her tiny characters found themselves into.

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The creative duo behind Pocket Memories is Marta Vallejos aka Coeurenbois and Eduardo Martínez aka BUHOAZUL. Conceptual shots with a mystery touch and an alternative outlook, these Polaroid reproductions are made using professional print methods in order to capture the essence of the original.

As the photographers mention: “The edition process, from the scanning to printing, is made carefully to achieve the better fidelity to the originals”.

 
 
Emma Lynne’s photographs are perfect for a crafter’s studio don’t you think? Focusing mostly in still life, she captures her favorite objects in a creative manner and all of her pieces have lovely warm colors and interesting compositions.
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This old vintage sewing machine is actually my personal favorite!
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Inspired by his childhood memories, Tim Irving’s photo collection is filled with nostalgia and a dreamy essence. As he mentions: “I spend a long time creating the concepts based on these memories and work to achieve the images by using traditional photographic techniques. I use old cameras and a variety of old lenses, some I've made myself. I try and give my images a handmade feel.”

What I particularly love about his work is the warm feeling of intimacy it inspires. Colors, textures and context in general, are beautifully depicted!

 
 
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What caught my eye in Lauriann Wakefield’s photography was the successful integration of boldness and sweetness. A beautiful attempt to capture childhood memories and innocence!


The photographer has studied illustration but found her artistic expression in photography.

I don’t know about you … but I need something sweet urgently! ;)

 


 
 
In feaverish’s photo shop one can browse through a variety of multi themed photo prints. I particularly enjoyed the Tiny Animals collection captured by an old Konica SLR depicting tiny animal toys. The blurred earthly tones really add a magic touch in the visuals!

The photographer notes: “Almost all of the photos were taken with various old film cameras. I love the way film looks, Polaroid especially, and I'm just not ready to abandon it for digital. Hopefully I never will be.”
 
 
Cat Bishop, the talented artist behind Artsy’s Shop transforms old objects such as toys, dishes, cameras, car parts and game pieces into amazingly original art sculptures. Here, I am presenting the photo collection of her creations, also available in prints.

A few words by the artist: “I am inspired by 1920's thru 1950's design. Retro colors, mod decor, carnivals, vintage cars, retro kitchens, old wood toys and games, vintage clocks, cameras and bakelite objects from dice to poolballs. The original sculptures were created with recycled vintage objects, old wood toys, retro kitchen ware, old clocks, vintage cameras, recycled found objects, etc to create the one of a kind art piece.”
 
 
Focusing in both still life and in landscapes, Maritere notes “Through my work I strive to stimulate the senses with images that can bring happiness, inspiration and beauty into people's lives; to challenge the viewer to imagine, to dream. A lot of thought and creativity are put into my work which reflects on treasured memories and my love for family, travel, art, design, architecture, nature, and life itself”.

A rich photo collection capturing magical moments filled with abstract inspiration through the lens of a dreamer.