Seems like French photographer Sebastien Zanella wants to take in as much vitamin D as he can before the winter months descend. His portfolio is drenched with sunlit images; I am happy just looking at them.
Sebastien Zanella's romantic, vintage-like photos show that life is in the moment. You can tell that he is particularly fascinated by the skate/surfer scene. He even founded his own magazine, Desillusion, which centers around "Street Culture, Skate, Surfing and pretty much everything that is cool," as Whitezine puts it.
Sebastien Zanella Shows That Life is in the Moment
1. Vintage Aesthetic - There is an opportunity to capitalize on the trend of romantic, vintage-like photos and incorporate it into various industries such as fashion, home decor, and advertising.
2. Street Culture - Entrepreneurs can disrupt the traditional fashion and sports industries by incorporating street culture and skate/surfing themes into their designs and marketing campaigns.
3. Magazines for Niche Markets - The success of Desillusion magazine indicates an opportunity for entrepreneurs to create magazines that cater to specific interests and niche markets, providing an alternative to mainstream publications.
1. Fashion - The vintage aesthetic and street culture themes can be incorporated into fashion designs, disrupting the traditional fashion industry and appealing to a new, younger audience.
2. Home Decor - Entrepreneurs can offer home decor products that feature romantic, vintage-like photos, appealing to customers who seek a unique and personalized aesthetic for their homes.
3. Marketing and Advertising - Incorporating street culture and skate/surfing themes and imagery into marketing campaigns can disrupt traditional advertising methods and appeal to a younger, more adventurous audience.