This year’s advertisements for the annual Photo District News (PDN) “Objects of Desire” contest feature an x-ray image from David Arky Photography. The tear sheet below is taken from the July 2014 issue of PDN:
Against a white backdrop, the look of the sculpted mannequin and tight, structured corset is softened by over-laps of translucent blue.
This futuristic bicycle was David’s 2012 submission for the contest:
The photo made it to the final round and was displayed in that year’s Winner’s Gallery under the Food and Still Life category.
Information about the contest including prizes, judges, categories and entry fees can be found at http://www.pdnobjectsofdesire.com/
The contest deadline has been extended from July 16th to August 4th, so there’s still plenty time to send in your own submissions!
From all of us at David Arky Photography, we wish you the best on this year’s Fourth of July – a holiday that truly unifies our diverse land of America.
It’s no secret that social media has grown from a neat way to stay in touch with friends to the driving force behind web presence. Though it has proven very useful for businesses, (such as photography studios) social media can severely backfire when used without caution.
The Boston Globe Magazine’s recent cover story 6 Ways Social Media Can Ruin Your Life warns against social media carelessness through several examples of recent mishaps, and effective visuals by David Arky.
The process of creating these images began with conceptual sketches as seen below:
From pencil to print, these sketches became the colorful cover and article photos:
For the full article, visit The Boston Globe online.
In this month’s issue of Men’s Fitness, the magazine bestows its 2014 Food Awards on several products that provide healthy choices for the male physique. Proving that nutrition can be delicious, the article’s mouth-watering visuals were produced by David Arky Photography.
The tearsheets below give a view of the images in context:
With color-rich texture, the images of a bag of Laughing Cow Babybel Cheese, San-J Szechuan sauce, Dreyer’s fruit and veggie ice-pops and a Cholula-drizzled egg seem to leap off the page and stir up an appetite for nutrious foods.
The cover of Consumer Reports’ July 2014 issue casts a gloomy vibe on the world of cloud computing. The image, however, is a beautiful rain cloud created at David Arky Photography:
While cloud programs like Google Drive and Drop Box provide a useful way to store data, the article warns that “Your Secrets Aren’t Safe” and implores readers to encrypt their personal info on all devices and websites.
Hit the newstands for the current issue of Consumer Report, or check out the article on ConsumerReports.org.
Health and beauty mag New You has published a piece by Hendrik Coetzee in their Summer 2014 issue that details the virtues of “ The Alkaline Diet”, with accompanying images from David Arky Photography.
The title page of “Balance Beaming” matches its lime and navy font to the background colors of this broccoli/corn-cob match-cut:
On the following page a bounty of raw produce funnels into a coppertop battery. The photo gives an energetic vibe to the article’s message of balancing alkaline foods for optimal energy:
The article’s last thoughts are summed up with the image below, where a selectiom of alkaline and acidic foods hover above a plate and spoon:
All photos were shot by David and styled by our long-time collaborator, Kellie Murphy whose sculptures and models have been featured in numerous shoots here at the studio.
The Spring 2014 issue of ForbesLife magazine is sprinkled with photos shot in-studio by David Arky. The images are as varied as they are vivid, with a rainbow of colors that leap from each page.
A particularly striking example shows an apple-red DaVinci DAC converter by Light Harmonic against a light teal background:
Another feature focused on a chic collection of men’s shoes from high-end designers that include Tod’s and Prada:
Here at the studio, we are thrilled with this month’s issue of Popular Photography, which contains a full-feature article on David Arky Photography.
This cover story by Laurence Chen highlights David’s career accomplishments, his current projects and the high-tech approach he takes to his work. The image below shows the magazine’s colorful cover with a cool blue x-ray image of a Canon EOS-1D X camera:
Some of the main points from the article include David’s distinctive approach to still life, and his ability to balance the industrial with the artistic.
The author does a fine job of explaining the process by which non-medical x-ray images are created, as well as David’s history with the medium.
You can check out the tear-sheet with additional images at the studio’s website.
This week we are proud to announce that David’s online portfolio of x-rays has been featured on the French creative showcase site http://Fubiz.net.
While Fubiz’s post on David’s work is written in French, an automated English translation is available.
We’re delighted with the international exposure this post as given the studio, and have seen reposts on several domestic and overseas blogs including FreeYork.org, Trendsnow.net, and Athenna.com.