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New Guest Blog - Dictionary of a Still Life Stylist with Sonia Rentsch!

Styling

7th May, 2012
Lucy Feagins
Monday 7th May 2012

This week amazing still life stylist Sonia Rentsch joins us on the Guest Blog, with 5 brand new perfectly styled images for your viewing pleasure!

You may RECALL our recent interview with amazing Melbourne based still life stylist Sonia Rentsch.  Originally qualified in Industrial Design, Sonia spent time working in Berlin with famed art director Sarah Illenberger on a string of inspired art direction projects, before returning to Melbourne to pursue her passion on home soil.   As is evidenced in her stunning body of work, Sonia really does see the world in a unique way - and she takes 'attention to detail' to a whole new level!

Since we last spoke with Sonia, she has been busy making some truly stunning commissioned work - check out these recent layouts for Mixology / Melbourne's GPO, photographed by Paulina Hryniewiecka in collaboration with Fabio Ongarato Design. OUTSTANDINGLY good or WHAT!?

Anyway.  I digress (as usual).

We are rather thrilled this week to have Sonia join us on the Guest Blog! Oh yes! Sonia has created 5 brand new images especially for her Guest Blog this week - of course each photograph is an incredible work of art in itself, a study in picture perfect composition.

We must also thanks Sonia's clever collaborators for joining her to create these beautiful new works for our viewing pleasure! - photographer Willem-Dirk du Toit, photo re-touchers at CHEShoot Me Productions studio,  Eleanor Jackson and Aleksandra Nedeljkovic.  GO TEAM!

Do check out the Guest Blog each day this week to see what beauty Sonia has created for us!  And don't forget to visit Sonia's own website - SUCH immensely beautiful work... (and even some prints available to buy!).   Look out PINTEREST - I see an influx of pics headed your way this week!

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