Nacho Alegre's still life photography may not seem like much at first glance because of its minimalist and simplistic nature, but this photo series is truly an example of the old paradigm, "less is more."
Shot for Italian interior design magazine Apartamento, the photo series uses simple, everyday objects and assembles them to create something different, visionary and unexpected. Although mostly known for his fashion photography, Alegre transitions into the world of still life quite smoothly with this series of strangely enthralling photos.
The Spanish photog is diverse in his body of work, having shot everything from personal "diary" shoots, as he refers to them on his website, to portraits and commercials. However, it is his still life photography that is garnering the most attention as of late.
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