Horribly Happy Holidays: Stereotypical And Sarcastic Family Photography By Max Siedentopf – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Horribly Happy Holidays: Stereotypical And Sarcastic Family Photography By Max Siedentopf

Max Siedentopf is a talented photographer, filmmaker and visual artist, who was born and grew up in the savannah of Namibia to German parents. He has then lived in Berlin, Los Angeles and currently based in Amsterdam. For his latest “Horribly Happy Holidays” series, Max captured stunning sarcastic photography, using sculpted watermelons.

More info: Max Siedentopf, Instagram (h/t: photogrist)

“I tried to reenact very typical cliché family photos, which one can find in almost every photo album or stock photography website,” he explains.





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