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Crafthaus regularly features creative photography to inspire craft artists to take their own photography to the next level.
Feel free to upload and share creative images of your own work in this group and BE SURE to give proper photo credit!
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Latest Activity: Dec 17, 2015
A big part of why I am so enthusiastic about sharing creative photography on crafthaus is that I am always trying to find imagery that hopefully inspires us craft artists to break away from the typical way we present our work to the public. I recognize that there is a fine line between a beautiful image that captivates the eye and a huge distraction from the work we do, we had that discussion on crafthaus many times, however, some crafthaus artists already use dramatic imagery cleverly when showing their work and I find it a refreshing break from the usual meh images I often see. Why don't we craft artists team up more with other creative people, such as really inventive hair stylists, art photographers, designers, architects and see what imagery comes out of those collaborations?
Jewelry by Kathleen Nowak Tucci featured on the cover of Italian Vogue magazine! This is the first time an eco artist’s work has been featured on the cover of a mainstream fashion magazine.
Even without the high roller people involved in this shoot, we as creatives, can't we come up with good ideas like this?
crafthaus member Dauvit Alexander photographed by Simon Murphy and Andrew Neilson.
This mural is drawn with one single line, an approach to craft that I have developed over the past three years.The line has been tested on ceramic tiles, drawings, canvas frames, pots and murals. When I finished drawing the mural, I traced my left hand at the very end of the continuous line (I am right handed), in order to start introducing myself, as the only inhabitant of this room, into the mural itself. To…Continue
The photoshoot is over and I have submitted the images to "Supbrooch" but here are the images we didn't use: Imperial Overcoat Star Of The Order Of Aksentii Porprischkin - Made from Silver; used sewing-machine needles found in a derelict…Continue
Petros Chrisostomou photographs small-scale, ordinary, ephemeral objects in architectural models that he constructs himself, and then dramatically arranges, often employing lighting and staging conventions of the theater.…Continue
‘Madame Peripetie’, aka Sylwana Zybura, is a Polish photographer based in Germany. Sylwana explores the boundaries between fashion, sculpture and the human body, experimenting with various fabrics and patterns; whilst infusing high-fashion elements with abstract and conceptual ideas, creating an eccentric escapade…Continue