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Week 21 – Anton Corbijn

A Photographer From The Netherlands It is my very pleasure to introduce you to this week’s person in focus of our #SiPgoes53 series. Let’s have a closer look at the works of Dutch photographer, music video- and film director Anton Corbijn. Should you not instantly recognise his name but have a love for music, you …

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Floating Bricks 2019

We Simply Had To… Last week we visited Stefan’s hometown and the holy grounds of FC St. Pauli´s Millerntor Stadion for a game of fuzzball Floating Bricks. After joining last year´s edition, we knew we wanted to participate and share our passion for toy photography again. Not just by “simply” printing big and hanging our …

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Meet Niklas

It is Friday here on Planet Earth, and today we went over to Stockholm to sit down and meet with Peter’s Brother. A builder. A toy photographer. A minimalist. An AFOL who makes beautiful microbuilds.  Our Feature Friday guest.  So, without further ado, let us start at the beginning. Who is Peter’s Brother? My real …

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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+ …

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Because I can…

As the days are passing by and two o seventeen is growing older our journey of twelve words is with me wherever I am. Be it at work, on weekends when out and about or sometimes while taking a shower. The last days had me thinking about the word of February: inspiration. What inspires me? …

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Brian McCarty creates ultra cool toy photographs

Brian McCarty is the coolest toy photographer you probably haven’t heard of. Of course, maybe you have an eye for the amazing and you already know of his work. If not, let me introduce you. Brian McCarty is the author of two books: Art-Toys and War-Toys. Both are full of inspiring photography but for very different reasons.

Why? – FullNilson

I thought this would be much easier. Why do I take pictures of toys? I…I…I don’t know. No one has ever asked me about it! Am I too shallow to find a decent answer to such a basic question? Why? Wait a moment.

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