Looking at a violin, you would say "it's so hard to play! I mean, look at me! I suck!". But you see, when you look through the music, it's not you adjusting to the music. It's the music adjusting to you. ♥
In a 2009 print campaign for the Chamber Orchestra of the Berliner Philharmoniker, Art Director Bjoern Ewers captured the insides of instruments, revealing the hidden landscapes within. The interiors appear larger than life, with each instrument conveying a different emotion and sense of space. While the softly lit interior of the violin exudes tranquillity, the staggered pipes of the organ are reminiscent of a skyline in a bustling metropolitan city.
A heavenly light shines into the f-hole of a violin, illuminating the gentle curves of the instrument’s hollow belly. Utterly captivating photographs by Andreas Mierswa and Markus Kluska who bring their expertise in high-end fashion photography to produce breathtaking macro images of the interiors of musical instruments.