BIEL CAPLLONCH: A SIGNATURE

The amazing Majorcan photographer Biel Capllonch has one of those productions that no matter how many times you have a look at it, you will always find it amazing, like a Simpsons’ episode.

It’s common to see a Sonar (the Barcelona way of measuring what’s an AYE and what’s a NAY) campaign and instantly know that is Biel who’s shot the pictures that advertise the famous music festival; from a rather twisted point of view he takes all sorts of commissions but always, always, always, (let me repeat it again, always) leaving a recognizable imprint. You know it’s a Biel Capllonch; a fashion photographer that takes it away from its commercial core to a wider and more conceptual vision. His images are powerful topics that you can like or dislike, but they will touch you. Capllonch provokes doubt and a weird uncomfortable feeling, but it’s always difficult to forget.

biel capllonch photography fashion spain lamondamagazine

biel capllonch photography fashion spain lamondamagazine

biel capllonch photography fashion spain lamondamagazine

biel capllonch photography fashion spain lamondamagazine

biel capllonch photography fashion spain lamondamagazine

biel capllonch photography fashion spain lamondamagazine

biel capllonch photography fashion spain lamondamagazine

biel capllonch photography fashion spain lamondamagazine

biel capllonch photography fashion spain lamondamagazine

biel capllonch photography fashion spain lamondamagazine

HUBERT CRABIÈRES: GROTESQUE BEAUTY

Photographer Hubert Crabières comes from Paris and he is not the gray tone kind. His characters pose in the strangest, least attractive and more bizarre ways they can. What’s the use in complication. He places them in front of the camera and they show pure untidiness and little shame, creating moments as cheeky as excellent.

Crabières has a sinister but delightfully grotesque touch that turns his images into something more than just portraits of a generation; they are examples of rejection to beauty, which, at the same time, makes them more appealing. For Hubert, colour and composition are basic when shooting. He has no fear of over-using flash if needed and generates such a weird athmosphere that makes us want to know what’s going on behind his pictures.

 

hubert crabieres photography portrait la monda magazine

hubert crabieres photography portrait la monda magazine

hubert crabieres photography portrait la monda magazine

hubert crabieres photography portrait la monda magazine

hubert crabieres photography portrait la monda magazine

hubert crabieres photography portrait la monda magazine

hubert crabieres photography portrait la monda magazine