Surprisingly Beautiful Photographs of Dust

Alison Zavos Contributor

By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 20 April 2012

Over the last two years Klaus Pichler had been looking for accumulations of dust, fluff and grime in various locations in and around Vienna. Dust as a by product of civilisation, the enemy of a sterile society, a constant presence hidden in corners, nooks and crannies. Also, a microcosm made up of multiple components, a combination of different colours, textures and structures, a construct reproducing itself. Every bit of dust is different, each space produces it’s unique type of dust, depending on its nature and its individual use. [via Feature Shoot]

Read more

Dramatic photos of decaying food by Klaus Pichler

William LeGoullon Reader Find

By William LeGoullon in New Photography on Thursday 5 April 2012

Klaus Pichler is a Vienna-based photographer whose work first caught my eye when viewing his Skeletons in the Closet series, which explored the backstage environments and storage sites of the Museum of Natural History in Vienna.

Read more