In “Deconstructed Objects”, Branislav and Aleksandra have been satisfying their viewers curiosity with unconventional versions of decoupled items — repurposing what was once one’s waste into a piece of art.
Life and creative partners from Belgrade, Serbia, Branislav and Aleksandra are the creative duo that forms Studio Krokodil. Together they have been presenting broken and outdated objects as harmonious floating pieces of art.
The series “Deconstructed Objects” grabs your eye whether you’re interested in how things work, are a geek for collection items or simply a fan of beautiful still life photography.
I’ve always been interested in how things work. In this still life photo series I try not to just make compelling, eye candy photos, but to really get inside of the objects of interest and show what are they made of.Branislav
Every object, especially devices, tell a story of the time in which they were made.Branislav
These objects are usually found in flea markets or someone’s basement, broken and outdated. I give them new purpose by making them into floating pieces of art. The whole process is very enjoyable for me: collecting, disassembling and shooting the objects, especially the editing part feels so therapeutic.Branislav
Traveling the world and working together as a team since 2014, Branislav and Aleksandra from Studio Krokodil are interested in almost every field of photography. Their work ranges from the fields of documentary, street and travel photography to creative portraits, fashion, product and lifestyle.
To explore the full series and more of their work, visit Studio Krokodil’s Cherrydeck profile or have a look at their website, here. To see more interesting work on still life, visit the series “Motion in Still Life” by Jonathan Knowles. ?
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