"Antonia Basler explores the ways in which visual content can be organized using photography and materials intended for mass production. Basing her most current work on objects found in Dollar Stores, the constructed scenes that she photographs examine the presence of the artificial in everyday life. The intent of her work is to create an aesthetically appealing photograph with ready-made products."
These Underwater Sculptures Make Ocean Pollution Look Gorgeous
Artists Mathieu Goussin and Hortense Le Calvez on their art: "in response to our time of alarming climate change, the work presents an immersion of the objects that compose our daily surroundings. The certainty that in a near future, global issues will bring disastrous consequences on the environment creates a disturbing atmosphere. However, the mass production rate of artificial materials seems unstoppable."
<p>« Hanging by a hair » is a still life series introducing Oner’s ceramic products. The Swedish graphic designer and object maker Lilit Asiryan, recently launched her online concept store to sell her own creations. For this editorial, she collaborated with photographer Julia Tatarchenko to make the viewers question themselves about mass consumption and the emphasize on…</p>
Unlimited Edition, Pieke Bergmans “a unique production of unique vases”. Unlimited Edition vase collection is a good example of generating individuality using techniques of mass production: by extruding clay through a variety of templates and cut points, each is produced the same way, but looks different.