‘LUX, OUR 16 SEASONS’ BY CHRISTIAN HAMMAR

‘LUX, OUR 16 SEASONS’ BY CHRISTIAN HAMMAR


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CHRISTIAN HAMMAR is an art director at Jung in Stockholm.

He has been recognized by Sabre Awards, D&AD, Creativity International Awards and many more and has been featured in Creative Review, Hype Machine, the Inspiration, Not Cot, just to mention a few.

This work has been commissioned for LUX STOCKHOLM, one of the top restaurants in sweden.  Lux uses only locally produced ingredients, and the main differentiation stands in a new concept: ‘Lux, our 16 seasons’, which has been visualized and better explained by mr. Hammar’s great PHOTOGRAPHS.

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Honey, honey.

1.TheAthlete_2012-768x1024Bodies that plunge into the honey, gorgelous and sensual without being cloying.
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Blake Little is an award winning, Los Angeles-based photographer best known for his ability to intimately capture the energy and personality of his subjects. His skills as a portrait photographer have garnered him a reputation as a favorite amongst celebrities, international publications, and corporate clients.

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Sweet Burka

Sweet Burka

Afghan-born artist Behnaz Babazadeh hopes to spark a conversation about the burka … by wrapping herself in candy.

When Behnaz Babazadeh was young, her family moved from Afghanistan to the US. She loved almost everything about her new home — especially America’s amazing selection of candy — but she also loved wearing her familiar pink-flowered headscarf, which she’d grown used to wearing as part of her school uniform in her old home. So she proudly wore it to her first day of American school — where she found herself facing down the piercing stares of her classmates and grilled by the school security guard. continue on ideas.ted.com

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