A banana, sugar cubes, a mug atop an apple and blue pencil, and a shoe with a nailed lace are strategically “balanced” against bright complementary backgrounds alongside other common household objects. What may seem like perfectly executed photoshop effects is actually carefully constructed threads suspending these objects before photographing what is now considered ‘recontextualised realities’.
“For me the process is always the most important part of doing something. I learn the most by participating in the process. And I think you have also to cherish the process of creation a little bit. Even if your pictures don’t turn out like you wanted, you still learned something for sure.”
Lohoff is currently working for the fashion label P&C as a photo retoucher and freelancing graphic work for a design agency. If you check out his website you’ll find not only this incredible series, but an entire portfolio of portraits, landscapes, photograms and many more; this is no one trick pony photographer.