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PATRICK SCHWALB photographs a social media campaign for VETSAK beanbags & accessories : ‘Furniture Made in Europe’

Future vintage meets laid-back. Patrick SCHWALB photographed a social media campaign for the company VETSAK, specializing in the production of comfy beanbags, couches and armchairs. The shoot took place at a finca in Ibiza.

The bestselling beanbags are designed for either one person or as a family beanbag. Coffee spills, wine disasters and messy dinners in front of the TV won’t harm your comfy beanbag in the least. All vetsak covers are machine-washable at 30°.

Vetsak products are meanwhile chilling in homes the world over, but their roots will always be in Woodstock, Cape Town. What started out in 2012 as a humble beanbag company, has organically grown into a global e-commerce furniture brand.
20.11.2023 show complete article


‘Muse’ - PATRICK SCHWALB photographs the cover story for FACES Magazine

PATRICK SCHWALB photographed a cover story in Paris for Swiss FACES Magazine. In front of his camera for the spread by the name of ‘Muse’ was model Lisa Helene, who was styled by Johanna Bouvier. 

Prada in Milan was in fact so fond of the shoot they even asked if a few copies of the magazine could perhaps be sent to their headquarters in Milan. “Totally cool.” Patrick Schwalb commented. The spread appeared in the September ’23 issue of the magazine.

GoSee : patrickschwalb.com
10.10.2023 show complete article


Model Natalia Napieralska visits ARTSTADT – photographed by PATRICK SCHWALB for FACES Magazine

For the Swiss magazine FACES, PATRICK SCHWALB photographed the editorial ‘Artstadt’. At his side was stylist Markus Galic, who developed the concept of the spread and put together the styles. Hair & makeup of model Natalia Napieralska were in the hands of Josephine Winter.

Polish beauty Natalia made a stunning appearance previously in Vogue, but she has also sparked the interest of print publications such as Elle or Vanity Fair.

“We pooled our resources : Several art clubs and other contributors from the creative industry moved into the former Karstadt Sport building on Mönckebergstraße, directly at the Hauptbahnhof railway station.” ARTSTADT was a temporary gallery in the old Karstadt Sport building near Hamburg’s main railway station and stood for five floors full of hidden champions of the Hamburg creative industry.

GoSee : artstadt.com & patrickschwalb.com
13.04.2023 show complete article