#workation

#workation

Shot some peeps in Stuggi this week for an ad campaign.

Being well underway for magenta T.

So, this weekend was spent in Edinburgh and Glasgow, or “Edinbrück” and “Glasgau”, as my husband and I jokingly call them with a German city suffix.

I did an assignment there for Virgin Money and had some time to relax.

Call me whatcha want.

Call me whatcha want.

(c) Here are some unretouched shots from yesterday’s shoot BIG GARDEN.

Awed by 3D “renderings” of Glasgow. Planning for the upcoming weekend assignment.

Awed by 3D “renderings” of Glasgow. Planning for the upcoming weekend assignment.

Big Garden photo shoot with Micha K and everyone!

Clouds near Cofete.
Taken 2009-09-08, changed 2014-07-15.

Clouds near Cofete.

Taken 2009-09-08, changed 2014-07-15.

Worked with ZWO rundum kommunikation again, this time for an IT company, Cologne Intelligence.
See the series on my website:
http://mareenfischinger.com/places/cologne-intelligence/

PS.: Update! The whole thing got a Red Dot Design Award 2014!

jstn:

A reminder about a print for sale!

I’m extremely happy with how this turned out. If you’ve never seen a photo face mounted to acrylic it has an enriching, almost dimensional effect (especially with these particular archival inks).

The back is a thin but super rigid piece of anodized aluminum with a metal frame and wooden cleat for easy mounting.

It’s a heavy, museum-grade piece. I would prefer to hand deliver them in the New York metropolitan area, but shipping is possible too.

The skyline is changing so fast right now, and I’ve loved watching the WTC rise up in my peripheral vision every day as I move about the city. I’m a little sad as they finish the building and start turning off those brilliant work lights. For me the incomplete obelisk will always be a little more beautiful than its final form.

A print for sale by my friend Justin Ouellette.

jstn:

A reminder about a print for sale!

I’m extremely happy with how this turned out. If you’ve never seen a photo face mounted to acrylic it has an enriching, almost dimensional effect (especially with these particular archival inks).

The back is a thin but super rigid piece of anodized aluminum with a metal frame and wooden cleat for easy mounting.

It’s a heavy, museum-grade piece. I would prefer to hand deliver them in the New York metropolitan area, but shipping is possible too.

The skyline is changing so fast right now, and I’ve loved watching the WTC rise up in my peripheral vision every day as I move about the city. I’m a little sad as they finish the building and start turning off those brilliant work lights. For me the incomplete obelisk will always be a little more beautiful than its final form.

A print for sale by my friend Justin Ouellette.

Now online, a production from my house:
http://mareenfischinger.com/people/home

Now online, a production from my house:
http://mareenfischinger.com/people/home

I can’t stop the rain…

I can’t stop the rain…

Took photos of Borussia Düsseldorf again, table tennis.

New season, new poster!

See behind the scenes photos.