szymon roginski: sculptural photography
szymon roginski: sculptural photography szymon roginski: sculptural photography
dec 22, 2009

szymon roginski: sculptural photography

polish photographer szymon roginski teamed up with fellow photographer kasia korzeniecka to  create this unusual collection of photo sculptures for fashion designer ania kuczynska’s 2009 spring/summer line. each piece showcases the designer’s clothing by setting a model in a natural landscape. these photos were then re-imagined as three-dimensional sculptures. the photos were printed and then transformed into a variety of shapes and assembled back together to display the image. the photo sculptures were then re-photographed for the final pieces.

  • I love it, new way .. great job Poland.. I’m so proud

    :) says:
  • I love this as well

    zuma says:
  • really interesting, surprising work, i love how they’ve devised to push photo into three dimensions

    dp says:
  • very inspiring. love it !

    iMagot says:
  • the first lady [in the third picture ] front head is very weird

    victorsaber says:
  • doesn’t work as a fashion campaign, nevertheless it’s amazing work. 🙂

    Lucy says:
  • absolutely divine

    yem says:
  • gorgeous design

    ck says:
  • It’s a great idea, i’m jalous! Maybe it’s expensive to do, no? Join me if you want, i’m working too in a original way with photography…..

  • not a new idea…i’ve seen a similar photo-cubes (and/or other solid) in the ’60-’70

    lucato says:

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