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The book '42nd and Vanderbilt' by photographer Peter FUNCH c/o EMEIS DEUBEL now available online at TBW Books

Between 8:30am and 9:30am, from 2007 to 2016, at the southern corner of 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue in New York City. Peter FUNCH c/o EMEIS DEUBEL placed these rigid confines upon his 9 year photographic project, '42nd and Vanderbilt' and the result is a process of human mapping; equal parts intuitive and scientific, mannerisms normally passed over on first read become mediations on time, mortality public and private space, the economy and our inner selves. The book is now available online.

42ND AND VANDERBILT . Regular price $ 45 . Clothbound hardcover with tip-on front and verso . 160 pages . 123 plates . 8 x 10" . ISBN 978-1-942953-31-9 . 

About TBW BOOKS. Founded in 2006, TBW Books is an independent photography book publishing company based in Oakland Ca. The company produces books by some of the world's most renowned and acclaimed artists working in the field of photography.
26.02.2018 // show complete article

Beauty test made in Cape Town – photos: Emily WINKLER c/o EMEIS DEUBEL.

Based from January through early March in Cape Town, Emily WINIKER c/o EMEIS DEUBEL has been making the most of the beautiful natural light and the fresh faced models to work on some personal tests. Here are images from her latest lifestyle beauty test, self-styled and shot in the backyard of her stunning Airbnb retreat.
26.02.2018 // show complete article

N24 is now WELT - Re-branding campaign for the German news broadcaster with print motifs by Peter FUNCH c/o EMEIS DEUBEL, produced with CLAAS CROPP in Berlin

Ten days before the name of news broadcaster N24 was changed to WELT, Springer started a large-scale campaign for the rebranding entitled "Everything remains the newest", the largest yet in the 18-year history of news station N24. Responsible for design was Jung von Matt/Spree. Peter FUNCH c/o EMEIS DEUBEL was in charge of the print motif.

"Having just re-located to Berlin, Peter was thrown straight into the deep end, tasked by Welt and their agency Jung von Matt/Spree to document how the broadcaster covers natural disasters. Given the perfectly low water levels, the flood had to be delicately staged in a Berlin lake and combined with local backgrounds. To create this shot, Peter worked closely with the impressive location scouts and production team at CLAAS CROPP, as well as the SFX team from Film Effects."
25.02.2018 // show complete article