News // 4 News of Schall & Schnabel
The duo SCHALL & SCHNABEL staged two flashy fashion stories. 'I would prefer not to' (models: Luisa Moek c/o Seeds and Jean-Cédric c/o Spin Model, styling: Michael Hastreiter, hair & make-up: Nina Düffort). Plus, the intensively colorful spread titled 'Hello to the lunatic' (model: Andrea c/o M4Models, hair & make-up: Marco Hülsebus, styling: Sky Styling). We have both extensive motif series for you here on GoSee.
06.04.2017 // show complete article
SCHALL & SCHNABEL, Studio for Photography & Concept in Berlin, work on the fine line between commerce and art. Keen on experimentiing and with lots of attention to detail is the approach they take to their unusual projects. Here on GoSee, Christa Klubert presents her series 'Stains & Stripes'. "Analogue patterns, used as templates, inspired us to create a new collage series. Despite most of our dark imagery, this series is brighter and pleasing to the eye..:" the duo on the series.
07.02.2017 // show complete article
CHRISTA KLUBERT photographer duo SCHALL & SCHNABEL have proven themselves yet again to be second to none when it comes to creative work. In the context of BMW’s exhibition “Lights of the Future”, they have created and staged an interesting exhibit. But without getting into interpretations, what can be clearly said is that SCHALL & SCHNABEL succeeded in alienating the typical BMW car lights and in realizing the exhibition.
26.07.2016 // show complete article
The studio SCHALL & SCHNABEL delivered an impressive photo series for the fashion and beauty magazine THE STORM MAGAZINE. The fashion series by Eileen Huhn and Pierre Horn mixes analogue and digital photography and perfectly contrasts high-gloss photographs with vintage pictures.
“The connection between the two is the idea of making special indoor and outdoor photos which draw from the place where they were made. They are connected by the ink that is artfully integrated into the different motifs. The viewer is overwhelmed by the number of motifs that arose from …
23.04.2016 // show complete article