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AFAB architecture

Portfolio of the week

April 23, 2019



 

 

Who are you?

We are AFAB,  a Spanish architecture firm founded in 2017 and led by Aitor Frías and Joaquin Perailes. AFAB keeps one foot in the most contemporary architecture and the other one in the purest tradition. His work ranges from large-scale urban projects with impact on the city to the design of tiny objects, always in the context of an intellectual research.  

 

What are you working on at the moment?

Currently we are really busy with several projects. We are finishing a dwelling refurbishment in Covent Garden (London), preparing the beginning of some courses on architecture that Joaquín and Aitor will give next summer at the universities of Barcelona, Basque Country and Cartagena. And of course, getting ready for Europan, one of the most important and exciting competitions in contemporary architecture.

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

Alvaro Siza, Juan Luis Trillo de Leyva, Junya Ishigami. 

 

What was the last thing that inspired you?

The bautiful map made by Walter Marchetti in 1967 that recorded the paths of a fly on a crystal for 11 hours. 

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

Beauty and simplicity in the design of the website for a really competitive price. And of course, continuous care and maintenance.

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Brian Overend

Portfolio of the week

April 10, 2019




© Brian Overend

 

 

 

Who are you?

I'm a Los Angeles-based photographer who spend a good amount of time in New York and DC as well.

 

What are you working on at the moment?

My next creative project is a book I've been working on for some time now as well as some other shoots I have lined up.

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

I think my biggest influences in the industry are people like Mark Borthwick and Juergen Teller, along with people who are self publishing their own books and zines all the time.

 

What was the last thing that inspired you?

The last thing, and something that inspires me everyday, is the walks around the neighborhood I take with my dog.

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

I like Portfoliobox because of its ease of use and good clean templates.

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Pauline Sojka

Portfolio of the week

April 01, 2019


© Pauline Sojka

 

 

 

Who are you?

I'm a web photographer, I work for high street brands and their online shops. But most of the recent pictures on my website are from my personal work. I'm fond of fashion and beauty photography, and I've been attracted to fashion since I was a child!

 

What are you working on at the moment?

Last year, I started a new personal work. I want to explore the French garment industry, and more precisely the sustainable part of it. I visited a farm in the south of France and I will be meeting breeders, manufactures, designers... and taking pictures along the process. I'm also working on a beauty series with bugs (butterflies, beetles...)

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

David Lachapelle made me want to become a photographer, and as a kid I wanted to become Jean-Paul Gautier. Pop culture has shaped my eye in terms of music, cinema and visual arts.

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

Portfoliobox enabled me to create easy and attractive content for me to share with clients and prospects!

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Meg Rennie

Portfolio of the week

March 26, 2019




© Meg Rennie

 

 

Who are you?

My name is Meg Rennie, and I’m a visual artist and illustrator from Melbourne, Australia. Most of my pieces are mixed media collages. I colour my paper with acrylic paint, creating different textures and patterns with lots of brushes and sponges, then cut my shapes from these papers, layering them to build a picture. I love cinema, and art and design from the 1950s and ‘60s, and I think these are the influences that show in my work. I love to paint girls, children, domestic scenes, food and nature.

 

I have exhibited my work in galleries in Melbourne such as No Vacancy, in.cube8r, and Fort Delta, and at the SVA in New York, and my illustrations have been in publications such as Assemble PapersVoiceworks, and Lateral Magazine. It is my dream in the future to create and illustrate picture books.

 

What are you working on at the moment?

At the moment I’m working on a project that I’m very excited about: making a series of illustrations of people cooking, for my first solo exhibition this June. I have been documenting people from all over Melbourne cooking and sharing their food, to explore how cooking connects us with our family, builds our communities, invites cultural exchange, and helps us to engage with our city. I’ve visited chefs, food writers, community leaders, artists, and passionate home cooks for this project, and had incredibly inspiring conversations about food, community, and creative pursuits – I’ve also been treated to a lot of delicious food!
 

The series is called The Melbourne Kitchen Project, and the exhibition will be held at Signal Gallery, Northbank, Flinders Walk, June 20th – 23rd.

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

There are so many incredibly talented illustrators working now, I see something that blows me away every day! I love the work of Carson Ellis, Christian Robinson, Monika Forsberg, Min Pin and Yeji Yun, to name just a few. My greatest artistic influences are probably still the artists and authors I grew up loving: Tove Jansson, Lucy Cousins, Ludwig Bemelmens, Lauren Child, Mary Blair, and Eric Carle are all at the top of my list.

 

What was the last thing that inspired you?

A few weeks ago, when the wonderful poet Mary Oliver passed, I re-read her poem Wild Geese. It hasn’t left my head since. That poem doesn’t just inspire me to try and make something beautiful, as she did. It inspires me to live, and to really enjoy my life. To me, that’s the best and most important thing that art can do.

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

Portfoliobox has been a wonderful platform for me; I needed something intuitive and that would be easy to update, and it has certainly been that for me. The templates available have allowed me to easily create a portfolio that looks beautiful and is easy for people to navigate. I have also found the service to be very supportive and attentive."

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Hans-Georg Kokott

Portfolio of the week

March 19, 2019


© Hans-Georg Kokott

 

 

 

Who are you?

First profession: architect, second profession: self taught photogapher, living and working in Munich, Germany.

 

What are you working on at the moment?

I am creating a photo-book with pictures from my last trip in south-africa.

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

Bauhaus & classic Modernism in architecture. Hilla & Bernd Becher, Candida Höfer, Anton Corbijn and many other unknown artists.

 

What was the last thing that inspired you?

"Sunday Sketching" Book by Christoph Niemann, very funny, love it.

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

Clear design, easy to use

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Jules Dalod-Danesi

Portfolio of the week

March 13, 2019




© Jules Dalod-Danesi


 

Who are you?

I live in Paris, I'm 34. I worked in fashion and I started photography cause I love shot a moment of life, I love fashion, retro, and of course I love women.

 

What are you working on at the moment?

Right now I'm working on a photography project about photography and sexuality, something that I can't talk more about ;)

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

The biggest influence photographer in the industry are Patrick Demarchelier, Avedon, Mapplethorpe, etc. etc. :)

 

What was the last thing that inspired you?

I'm inspired by art and life in general, a light a shadow, a moment of life, someone in the street. I don't close my mind trying to be inspired only by the greatest artist.

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

I do like Portfoliobox because basically you can present your work the way you have it in mind, and it's really easy to use .. so this is the perfect fit! 

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Daniela Yankova

Portfolio of the week

March 04, 2019




© Daniela Yankova

 

 

Who are you?

My name is Daniela Yankova. I live in Sofia, Bulgaria.  

I am working as a graphic designer in advertising agency, but I love doodling and illustrating, and for the past year and a half I have been trying to do more of these.

 

What are you working on at the moment?

Well, I recently turned a little bit into the painting, I don’t have an academic education in it, but I try to self-taught and experiment as much as possible, alongside with my daily work and illustrating.

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

I don’t have particular ones, but I have favourites like Faye Moorhouse and Tara Booth.

 

What was the last thing that inspired you?

The movie “Loving Vincent” - Vincent van Gogh is one of my fav painters of all times :)

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

Simplicity and functionality.

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Fernando Naiberg

Portfolio of the week

February 26, 2019


© Fernando Naiberg

 

 

Who are you?

I am a Brazilian documentary photographer based in Lisbon, and the main focus of my work is to tell stories. It means that I see the photography as a passport not only to tell stories about people's life but also to interact with those people listening to them, and also be able to exchanging impressions and cultural aspects. 

 

What is your next creative project?

At moment I am working on a series about the Portuguese old villages and their citizens

 

How would you describe your work?

I really don't know how to describe my work, besides saying that it is a documental work...because I do prefer people who see my photos to classify it...

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

I like a lot o references, since the old ones like Bresson, Cristina Rodero, Eugene Smith, Miguel Rio Branco, James Natchwey to the new generation like Vinet Vohra etc...the asian photographers are amazing....

 

What was the last thing that inspired you? 

People...all kind of people and cultures...it always inspires me... the fishermans, the farmers, the workers...

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

I like a lot the clean layouts, the easy way to navigate in the website, I am a fan of the platform.

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Witold Ziomek

Portfolio of the week

February 18, 2019






© Witold Ziomek
 

 

Who are you?

My name is Witold Ziomek and I am 25 years old. I live in Krakow, Poland, where I work full-time. For the last two years I have spent every spare moment traveling with the camera around my neck. I'm mainly interested in nature, I do not like cities. I love feeling when shooting. Paying attention to every detail, incident light.

 

What are you working on at the moment? 

I do not work on any specific project. I plan next trips from month to month. The place where I will choose mainly depends on the price of plane tickets :)

 

How would you describe your work?

I am taking photographs in my own way, I am not interested in any frames or drawers. I like lines, symmetry. I meditate over photos for a very long time, because something does not always match. My photos are stylistically chaotic, but it shows well my way of being and traveling.

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

Max Muench from the German Roamers and Benjamin Hardman. Pictures of Reuben Wu are a masterpiece for me. Benjamin Everett smashes my brain.

 

What was the last thing that inspired you?

Everything inspires me. Writing this text, b. Two hours before the plane to Keflavik I could not take my eyes off the lamp in the underground car park at Ikea. Photography teaches me to see beauty.

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

I love Portfoliobox for its simplicity. Just click here, write the text - voila, it's great. I do not have time to design a complicated website, to look for people to code. I wanted to create a nice and functional portfolio in a short time, and Portfoliobox has helped me with this.

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Kaká Lobo

Portfolio of the week

February 07, 2019



© KAKÁ LOBO

 

 

Tell us a bit about you

I’m a Brazilian stylist with a background in art direction. I have studied photography and visual arts before working in the fashion industry.

 

What is your next creative project?

I’m always looking for something that can represent the biggest runway trends in my work. 

 

What was the last thing that inspired you? 

Anything can inspire me. Sometimes it’s a movie, sometimes a new art exhibition in my city... I never know.

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

It’s easy to create new layouts.

 

 




© KAKÁ LOBO

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