Articles Tagged: Still Life
7 June 2018 | Tags: Wilson Hennessy, Still Life
Wilson Hennessy just shot this brand new campaign for HSBC to promote their recently launched connected money app. You'll see the work up on print and digital poster sites around town now! And a big thanks to a great team at the agency - David, Alex and Hugo.
8 June 2016 | Tags: Wilson Hennessy, Portrait, Still Life
Wilson Hessessy has just created this new series of children's masks, inspired by Halloween trick or treaters appearing through the distorted glass at the front door.
See more experimental and graphic stil-life over in Wil's gallery - here.
7 May 2015 | Tags: Wilson Hennessy, Still Life
We've been showing you a lot of next-level car photography from our Wilson Hennessy of late. But let's not forget... this kid has another string to his bow, and often produces stunning still-life imagery, like this new cube shot.
13 April 2015 | Tags: Wilson Hennessy, Still Life, Cars
Wilson Hennessy recently had the opportunity to shoot some of Formula 1's most iconic helmets for McLaren.
Including helmets from legends such as Ayrton Senna, James Hunt and even the man himself - Bruce McLaren.
Watch this space - as there may well be more helmets to come.
29 April 2013 | Tags: Eugenio Franchi, Still Life
Eugenio Franchi's newest still life explores the history of mobile phone design. 2013 marks the 30th anniversary of the handheld mobile phone! How far we've come...
14 January 2013 | Tags: Wilson Hennessy, Still Life
So that's where all the office stationary keeps going! We should be fuming with Wilson Hennessey for nicking all our rubbers, but who could be when he makes them look this good. Click here to see more.
View his portfolio to see more Still Life and Cars.
1 May 2012 | Tags: Wilson Hennessy, behind the scenes, Still Life
We don't know where he finds the time...
In between shooting Alfa, Shell and a big campaign for Suzuki, Wil's found the time to shoot these great test shots to compliment his already stunning still life folio.
To see Wilson's online folio, click here.