Life in the still lane
We’re starting off our week at Juno with our latest obsession, still life photographer extraordinaire Anna Pogossova.
For us, still life is a term usually associated with sculptors, painters and illustrators and has only recently seen resurgence and new life in the designing landscape and our pinterest accounts.
Long gone are the days where still life requires a bowl of fruit, (sorry Vincent van Gogh we’re going digital now). Pogossova brings a whole new attitude and approach to still life through integrating pastel backgrounds, quirky shapes, colours as well as referencing humour and pop culture.
At Juno we love how Pogossova captures everyday ordinary objects, fashion and food (cue drool), and constructs a mini fantasyland filled with layering, humour and absurd shapes. This is what dreams are truly made of!
Russian born and now a converted Aussie, Anna Pogossova’s unique signature style led her to be listed in Art and Australia magazine as one of 25 emerging artists under 25 (we can’t help but be impressed).
To add to our jealousy Pogossova has worked for the likes of MTV, YEN, Oyster, Vogue, GQ, Manuscript, Grazia, 10 Magazine, The Iconic, HSBC and Nokia. Her resume is continuing to grow as her work hits international shores and our desktops at Juno.
We’re totally hooked at Juno so we thought we’d share the love of our favourite Pogossova pieces.
All Images from Anna Pogossova’s website https://annapogossova.allyou.net