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Unique urban and industry photography – Christian Stoll

“Since 1991 Chris­t­ian Stoll has been work­ing as a free­lance pho­tog­ra­pher, now shut­tling between the two worlds of New York city and Düs­sel­dorf, Ger­many. In past years Stoll’s pho­tog­ra­phy has been a major influ­ence on the cor­po­rate image of global com­pa­nies like Gen­eral Electrics, IBM and Microsoft. With­out being com­pelled to show great­ness, he nonethe­less suc­ceeds in mak­ing great­ness vis­i­ble with his archi­tec­tural set­tings and inte­rior shots. In his still life pho­tographs even the most banal objects undergo a meta­mor­pho­sis, which may be the result of inten­sive dig­i­tal pro­cess­ing, which trans­forms them into objects of desire. Chris­t­ian Stoll works for numer­ous global brands and com­pa­nies and for their net­work­ing com­pa­nies and cre­ative agencies.”

Yeah whatever his pictures are good though see more here