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'The future of luxury!' The new Vision Mercedes Maybach 6 and actor John Boyega glamorously photographed by Marc Trautmann for GQ UK

For the exclusive GQ UK Best Dressed Men 2017 shoot, actor John Boyega came up against the VISION MERCEDES MAYBACH 6. Marc Trautmann was chosen to glamorously stage the high-end coupé together with the multiple award-winning actor, who also appeared in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, in the studio. The classic-aesthetic proportions of the show car – the extremely long bonnet and the low contour of the roof – are reminiscent of Aero coupés a long time ago in a galaxy far far away. Watch the behind-the-scenes video directly via Mercedes UK.
16.02.2017 // show complete article

Marc Trautmann photographed the Lamborghini Aventador in cooperation with Franken Architekten and Recom Farmhouse

With the Aventador LP 700-4, the Italian car maker takes it to an entirely new level and wants to redefine the super sports car segment with the vehicle. Marc TRAUTMANN realized the car in modern photos. He explains the underlying idea here on GoSee:

“The concept of the personal CGI work was to create power and dynamics by dissolving conventional spatial structures. The architectural elements, inspired by Daniel Libeskind, give the Lamborghini a static appearance and create the impression that it was shot in a space outside of the scenery. The architectural design was created in cooperation with Franken Architekten, and the realization was done by Recom Farmhouse.”
26.07.2016 // show complete article

Marc Trautmann : THE APPROACHING – American mid-century locations in and around Los Angeles

The newest work presented here by Marc Trautmann is from the series titled THE APPROACHING. “Formally, the spread was shot in American mid-century locations. The motifs leave it up to the viewer whether something sinister, dangerous or unknown is happening. The series was created in March 2016 in Los Angeles and is a chapter of my CINEMA SCOPES work, in which I photographically realize fictive and referential images from the world of cinema.” the photographer tells GoSee.
04.05.2016 // show complete article