Set Design: Andrew Stellitano and Sam Hofman's epic shoot for oki-ni

Date
26 November 2013
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1 minute read

In our second instalment of majestic set design for our collaboration with oki-ni comes in the form of Andrew Stellitano and Sam Hofman’s misty landscapes. This series of images which look as if smart watches and brogues have been born out of a sulphuric geyser are perfectly extravagant, and are inspired by aesthetic present in Chinese Shan Shui paintings. With the clever aesthetic talents of photographer Sam Hofman, these guys formed something of a dream team and have created a set for oki-ni’s products that kind of blows coloured paper or white, MDF plinths out the water. Very nice!

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Andrew Stellitano and Sam Hofman for oki-ni. Post production by Stilletto.

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Andrew Stellitano and Sam Hofman for oki-ni. Post production by Stilletto.

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Andrew Stellitano and Sam Hofman for oki-ni. Post production by Stilletto.

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