Winners shoot with us. Angel Flukes – Das Supertalent 2016.

Congratulations and a warm applause to Angel Flukes, our “Supertalent 2016”.If you are a musician or artist yourself and want to give your career a visual boost: Check out our Artist Packages from eur 595. https://www.ceoportraits.work/artists

Photo from our cover shooting with Angel earlier this year in our studio in Palma.

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Angel Flukes

Russian Roulette

Will Russian submarine cut the Internet cables in the Atlantic and we lose all our Facebook friends and the iCloud is moving to China? The world is spinning faster and faster.

New collaborative artwork by Oliver Brenneisen photographer and hyper artist Icon Zar. The wheel is spinning and the Red Star is rising?

Russian Roulette 2015, D-Print 120x120cm

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Will Russian submarine cut the Internet cables in the Atlantic and we lose all our Facebook friends and the iCloud is moving to China? The world is spinning faster and faster. New collaborative artwork by Oliver Brenneisen photographer and hyper artist Icon Zar. The wheel is spinning and the red star is rising?

Made in Mallora: Mandala sculptures by Cloë Colette

In our daylight studio with artist Cloë Collette

Cloë creates ‘Mandala Wall Art’ inspired by nature and spirit. These stunning mandalas are made by hand using the world’s most luxurious yarns. The sculptures are intricate pieces of art with a powerful presence, rich in colour. Each piece is unique can take many weeks to make in a purely manual process.

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Festival of Lights projection on Berliner DOM

Does it get any bigger? A rather unusually big publication even for a seasoned photographer: Approx 9,000m sq projection of images onto the Berliner Dom with photos from Oliver Brenneisen for the Festival of Lights. The festival organisers approached Oliver Brenneisen to participate in the illumination of Berlin´s largest church building. The 12 nights festival is one of the largest illumination events in the world and attracts around 2 million visitors. Massive worldwide media coverage carries the visual from Berlin around the world.

A total of 42.000 Watts of light source made the photos shine on the building front. High resolution scans from medium format slides were used as source files which got split up into six pieces: One for each of the six massive projectors that then together formed one seamless projection visual.

Image gallery from the Festival of Lights by Oliver Brenneisen

Festival of Lights, projection by Oliver Brenneisen

Festival of Lights Berlin. Projection by Oliver Brenneisen. Almond blossoms from Mallorca.
Festival of Lights, projection by photographer Oliver Brenneisen
Projection of almond blossom on the Berliner Dom for the Festival of Lights by photographer Oliver Brenneisen
The projection covers the entire building front and the individual blossoms turned out up to 2 metres wide.
Festival of Lights, Berliner Dom, Fernsehturm in the background. Projection by Oliver Brenneisen
Six 7kw projector where used for the Berliner Dom. Here photographer Oliver Brenneisen checking slides for the projection.
Six 7kw projectors where used for the Berliner Dom. Here photographer Oliver Brenneisen checking slides for the projection.
The original photo was split up into six individual slide for each of the projectors.
The original photo was split up into six individual slide for each of the projectors.
The original photo taken by Oliver Brenneisen in 2009. Almond blossoms from Mallorca.
The original photo taken by Oliver Brenneisen in 2009. Almond blossoms from Mallorca.
Fig leafs by Oliver Brenneisen, projection on Berliner Dom for Festival of Lights.
Fig leafs by Oliver Brenneisen, projection on Berliner Dom for Festival of Lights.
Marzipan lips by photographer Oliver Brenneisen projected on Berliner Dom for Festival of Lights.
Red chocolate lips by catalan star pastelero Christian Escriba from Barcelona, photographed by Oliver Brenneisen, projected on Berliner Dom during Festival of Lights.