Out Walking

This weekend we have been hanging out in Paris with some awesome toy photographers and just did not find the time to post here on the blog. We have been very actively posting on IG, though … and here is a little teaser of all that awesomeness.

More to come soon …

Stuck In Plastic.

The creative collective of toy photographers.

Meet Beverly

Feature Friday

Today is Friday and we want to feature another creative who takes part in #SiPgoes52. This time, we interviewed Beverly aka @bevvypix from the UK.

Bev’s photography beginnings

My name is Beverley but most people call me Bev. I live and work as a pro photog with a history going back over 25+ years. Growing up in the 70s, my first camera was a 126 film camera. I loved the fact that I could record a moment in time and eventually look back on it. In the 80s I later progressed to a 110 format camera and then owned my very first film SLR. This interest in photos then enabled me to then work in a photographic lab where I learned how to process films and use chemicals in order to make an image.

Week 6 – Emotion

My passion was growing every day in the photographic industry. I became more and more captivated, and as the saying goes “I didn’t choose photography, photography chose me”. In the mid-90s, I was fortunate to use what I learned so far and travel onboard luxury cruise liners doing what I loved: photography. After two contracts I returned home and met my soulmate. This made me want to stay home here in the UK, so I decided to attend art college using photography as my direction. Continue reading “Meet Beverly”

Stuck In Plastic.

The creative collective of toy photographers.

Meet Sacha

Back To The Future

If we had a DeLorean parked outside (the one with a Flux Capacitor, of course), we would take you all on a little physical time traveling. Unfortunately, there’s no time machine in our garden, so we can just offer the link to the original series of 2015. The series was called Feature Friday. The main idea was looking at the (toy)photographers behind their lenses. Continue reading “Meet Sacha”

Stuck In Plastic.

The creative collective of toy photographers.

SiP goes BrickHeadz

BrickHeadz at the RLFM 2017 days

Last year during the RLFM days, we had the pleasure of meeting and discussing with the ones and only BrickHeadz designers, Marcos Bessa and Austin Carlson.
(We even gave them a challenge we still have to blog about.
We are slow cooking here.)
When we met at the little elevator room somewhere in an undisclosed location in Billund these two awesome dudes told us about the past, the present and the future.

Curious what Marcos and Austin are both playing with?

They told us that the BrickHeadz started with a cute little elephant they made for a colleague. Continue reading “SiP goes BrickHeadz”

Stuck In Plastic.

The creative collective of toy photographers.

Week 5: Security

The word ‘secure’ entered the English language in the 16th century. It is derived from Latin Securus, meaning freedom from anxiety and so it has been with us as a concept since the early days. The combination of the two Latin words, se (without) and cura (care, anxiety), resulted in the modern word security.

But security has a wide range of other senses. Continue reading “Week 5: Security”

Stuck In Plastic.

The creative collective of toy photographers.

Newsletter Ahoy.

2018 is well underway.
January is coming to an end.
And we are already on the fifth word of the year. Security.
We have introduced some smaller changes here on the site in the last few weeks and have a few more lined up for you in the coming weeks as well.
An exciting year ahead filled with pigeons and seagulls alike. Continue reading “Newsletter Ahoy.”

Stuck In Plastic.

The creative collective of toy photographers.

After 60 years, LEGO bricks still fit together!

Happy Birthday, LEGO

Today we celebrate the 60th Birthday of the LEGO Brick.
It also appears to be the last day of the 4th week of #SiPgoes52.
And this week´s word was fitness.

We thought it was a good opportunity to celebrate these little plastic bricks fitting together so perfectly even after sixty years, and review the past week at the same time. Continue reading “After 60 years, LEGO bricks still fit together!”

Stuck In Plastic.

The creative collective of toy photographers.

Happy and Creative New Year

Twenty Seventeen is dancing away. And Twenty Eighteen is tiptoeing in across the globe. A ballet of sounds, fireworks, and celebrations around the globe. We hope you have all enjoyed the last eve of the old year and are ready for a creative journey in the new one with us.

52 Words

As we mentioned last week, we have a full packed year of creativity ahead of us.  52 words we will be exploring. Fifty-two values and emotions. And our random generator kicked Creativity as the first word of 2018. Continue reading “Happy and Creative New Year”

Stuck In Plastic.

The creative collective of toy photographers.

Week 52 – A new challenge ahead

We are in the final countdown to the new year. And so what better way to start the new year with a new challenge. A challenge made up not of twelve words, but fifty-two this time.  Fifty-two words. As many words as we have weeks in twenty eighteen. You see the plan coming. One word a week. A slightly different acoustic challenge this time. Sharing one image a week with the word in mind. A challenge we kindly invite you all to join. With as many words as you want. At your own pace. Or in ours. You choose. Continue reading “Week 52 – A new challenge ahead”

Stuck In Plastic.

The creative collective of toy photographers.