A resident of Los Angeles since 1920, Julius Shulman has been documenting modernist architecture in Southern California and across the globe for nearly eight decades. His images of Pierre Koenig’s Case Study House No. 22 (1960) in Los Angeles and Richard J. Neutra’s Kaufmann House (1947) in Palm Springs are among the most recognizable and iconic architectural photographs of the 20th century.
Photography: Case Study House #21, Los Angeles, USA 1958, by Pierre Koenig, at Wright
Light painting is achieved by leaving the shutter of the camera open, long enough to expose the background and then ‘painting’ the scene with flashlights, LED’s or other light emitting objects. The results can be stunning.
Photography: Light Painting, by Cenci Goepel & Jens Warnecke, at Lightmark
Wallpaper* magazine is offering limited edition prints of their unique archive of work by Jonathan de Villiers, Mauricio Alejo, Jonathan Frantini, Christopher Griffith, Stefan Ruiz, Daniel Stier, Benedict Redgrove and Joël Tettamanti. Produced in editions of 10, 20 or 30 and signed and numbered by the artists. All of the works have appeared in Wallpaper*, having been commissioned especially for the magazine, but have never before been available to buy.
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Views of Tokyo taken from emergency staircases.
Twilight Zone, by Sato Shintaro
The German Car Giant Volkswagen, has built the largest motor vehicle factory under one roof in the world. The machine is building the machine.
Photography by Benedict Redgrove, of the Volkswagen factory, Wolfsburg, Germany for City
The main theme of Branislav Kropilak’s work is investigating the way in which modern technology has shaped the human environment and our lives. He is inspired by industrial design, architecture and urbanism. It has been said that his work betrays his roots as an advertising professional; the images produced being cool, stark and unforgiving.