MAN MADE/MADE BY NATURE

The world in mans frame. Intensely intrigued by presence and character of humanity's framework interconnected with the beauty of nature.

Inspired by Marianne North and her writing
'The beauty of abundance.'
Those sensual flower images are the antidote to glossy botanical magazines and highly styled images of flowers that we all see on
a daily basis. With plants now among the most photographed subjects on the planet, KK wanted to take a look beyond regular plant-photography. Artfully lit shots of unctuous flower arrangements have their place, but they only document the start of a plants life cycle.
'The cover and it's structure may not appear to change, but what they mean has changed because they cover something else. The curtains of perception are determined by their purpose,  in that they seem what they are for: Your dream roles question your woven piece of fabric and you will clearly understand the end of dreams. A conceptual land of enlightenment filled with sensory delights.'

Marvelled by the majestic diamond dust which is a ground-level cloud composed of tiny ice crystals. This meteorological phenomenon is also referred to simply as ice crystals. In the gemstone industry, a seemingly random side product occurs by cutting diamonds which is also called diamond dust. 

Scientists found out that the real powdered diamonds in the atmosphere could  cool down the planet and prevent global warming. 

Influenced by literature and pop culture and an overarching fascination with the mystical presence of the light and the sky.

'London Calling' is a symphonic temple for the human's eye. Those sky images will guide through sunset sujets, immersive and colorful which have been in the eyes of the social media over the past decade.

The sky is a phenomena were you can spend a lot of time observing and studying, consciously and unconsciously without thinking.

Inspired by artist Marianne North and her writing 'The beauty of abundance'. Those sensual flower images are the antidote to glossy botanical magazines and highly styled images of flowers that we all see on a daily basis. With plants now among the most photographed subjects on the planet, KK wanted to take a look beyond regular plant-photography. Artfully lit shots of unctuous flower arrangements have their place, but they only document the start of a plants life cycle.

An impulsive color spectrum shuttles between man made artwork, industry and nature which introduces subjective and emotional themes into the world of production. The observer's perception is a remix of the 'data base' of his own memory framework, made with everlasting value which could be diminished soon. It is simultaneously past, present and future.

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