Molly Cranna's Photos Capture Random Objects

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Oct 24, 2014
References: offset & featureshoot
Molly Cranna is a Los Angeles-based photographer who likes to capture playful still-life photos that are at once peculiar, profound, frightening and seductive. Cranna selects the objects to be photographed by digging through dollar store shelves and finding random objects paired together to create photographs that flirt between the weird and the surprisingly elegant.

One common thread that runs through her photos is the distinctly feminine feel to them. This is best embodied by the liberal featuring of creamy pastel shades. These shades serve as a background within which objects are carefully placed and positioned to create wondrous and wacky combinations.

Many of the photos feature objects you associated with dental health, such as dentures and mouth guards. Despite the quirky use of these toothy subjects, Molly Cranna's photos still respect individual objects by conveying their consistency and unique form.