Agency Blue Hive of London relied on F+J photographer Geof Kern to turn the stuff of daydreams into cohesive imagery for their client, Ford. In the car company’s ‘Stop Dreaming’ campaign, which plastered billboards and was seen on major press outlets throughout Europe, people in everyday settings were caught in disbelief when they came face-to-face with the car of their daydreams. The ad... read more
If you have something important to tell your Valentine, you might want to consider baking a cake. F+J photographer Lucas Zarebinski demonstrates the sweet stuff’s communication skills with these snarky concoctions for Refinery 29. We’re in love! Let our #InspirationFriday... read more
Patrick Fraser’s dichotomous take on beauty aligns flesh and bone with architecture in nature. In this hand-picked image for F+J’s weekly #InspirationFriday series, we love how Patrick seems to compare the rugged silhouette of the mountain with the unknowable terrain of his human subject’s pupil. We can’t help but notice how the two... read more
Sometimes Friday makes you want to grab your megaphone and shout out loud. And sometimes, if you're lucky, it's neon pink against an astroturf-green background. With bubbles. This #InspirationFriday post from F+J photographer Lucas Zarebinski brightly asks, Why the heck not? Do yourself a favor and keep this question handy throughout the weekend. We'll see you on Monday.
When Nathan Michael designs a photograph, he does just that – designs it. The former design student initially found himself collaborating with photographers, picking up some of their skills, and then ended up enjoying photography more. He is now a professional photographer with over 10 years’ experience, shooting for clients American Express, McDonald’s, Wendy’s,... read more
What better way to depict Monday's impending gloom than with this droopy flower image? Striking in its minimalism and clear in its message, we're happy (we promise!) to present Geof Kern for Real Simple.
Tax Day's over for another year! But if you still have a daunting stack of paperwork or bills sitting on your desk, today's #InspirationFriday may give you the shift in perspective you need to take on the weekend. Here F+J artist Lucas Zarebinski takes a simple pile of paper and turns it into a high-contrast, high-concept natural wonder–the Zion Canyon, to be exact.
We're kicking off a new series called #InspirationFriday. Each week, founders Simone Friend and Beth Johnson will handpick an image that's meant to stop you in your tracks or make you think a little differently. This week, our featured image is by Geof Kern.
A banana erupting into pure yellow.
F+J artists Lucas Zarebinski received honorable mentions in one of the most comprehensive photography competitions of the year, International Photography Awards (IPA). Zarebinski’s piece was entered into the competition’s... read more
Join F+J photographer and distinguished artist Geof Kern this Saturday, September 6 at Photographs Do Not Bend (PDNB) Gallery in Dallas, Texas. Through November 15, Kern’s solo exhibition will commemorate some of his influential work in the intersecting worlds of photography and fashion. In particular, the show will include surrealistic images he created for fashion projects with Matsuda Tokyo and... read more