Epically Endless Photography by Christian Stoll [Big Picture]

There’s a reason why the Christian Stoll Epic photo series is titled so. Each image in this gallery is absolutely epic, both in subject and scale.

There’s a reason why the Christian Stoll Epic photo series is titled so. Each image in this gallery is absolutely epic, both in subject and scale. From urban jungles to city seasides and immense mail rooms, this German-based photographer knows how to make something look out-of-this-world.

The Christian Stoll Epic photo series also shows just how masterful Stoll’s use of Photoshop is as well. Wide angle views of futuristic locations. Most of these images are part of worldwide print campaigns for IBM, BMW, General Electric and Microsoft. Agencies: Ogilvy & Mather, New-York  and McCann, San-Francisco.

Since 1991 Christian Stoll has been working as a freelance photographer, now shuttling between the two worlds of New York city and Düsseldorf, Germany. 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. [Christian Stoll via Trend Hunter]

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