emilie möri captures the fluid movement of fabric under the monsoon rains of thailand
 

emilie möri captures the fluid movement of fabric under the monsoon rains of thailand

for one of her most recent projects, graphic designer and photographer emilie möri presents the ‘red stole’ series, which was shot entirely on iPhone. taken during a wet monsoon day in thailand, möri perfectly captures the ethereal movement of her daughter as she swims in a pool, in the rain, holding on to the titular red stole. 

emilie möri captures the fluid movement of fabric under the monsoon rains of thailand designboom

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the images shot by möri are simple as the composition of the frames are reduced to just three elements: the flowing red fabric, the deep blue water, and the passing movement of the daughter. the scarlet red of the stole instantly captures the gaze of the viewer. the billowing and rippling form of the material gives a sense of the movement beneath the water and effectively transports the observer to the moment that has been frozen in time. 

emilie möri captures the fluid movement of fabric under the monsoon rains of thailand designboom

 

 

despite the 2D medium, the series of images express a textured quality thanks to the pattern of raindrops on the surface of the water, which further emphasize the layers of the composition. based in paris, france, emilie möri is a franco-swiss multidisciplinary graphic designer and photographer. working across portraiture and collages, the artist’s work focuses primarily on branding projects and conceptual photography.

emilie möri captures the fluid movement of fabric under the monsoon rains of thailand designboom

emilie möri captures the fluid movement of fabric under the monsoon rains of thailand designboom

 

 

project info:

 

project name: red stole

photography: emilie möri

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

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