14.03.16 by Jeff

Photography Magazine: Ordinary

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Artist Max Siedentopf and designer Yuki Kappes have just released the first issue of their new quarterly fine art photography publication, Ordinary. The magazine offers a refreshing and humorous look at mundane objects around us, and even ships with the objects themselves! This issue focuses on plastic cutlery; knives, forks, and spoons were sent to 20 artists around the world with the request that they’d add something extra to the ordinary.

Have a look at more images from the issue, as well as a list of contributing artists, below.

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Artists include:

Adrian Samson, Annegien van Doorn, Beni Bischof, Blaise Cepis, Brad Downey, Daniel Eatock, Helga Major, Jaap Scheeren, Mauricio Alejo, Maxime Guyon, Paoola Paloma, Pinar & Viola, Ruth van Beek, Simon Wald-Lasowski, Stephanie Gonot, James Goodrich, Thomas Aangeenbrug, Thomas Albdorf, Thomas Mailaender, Thomas Nondh Jansen, Vendula Knopová, We make Carpets

 

Ordinary Magazine

Max Siedentopf’s Website

Yuki Kappes’ Website

 













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.







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