The Photography Duo Blending Art, Beauty And LEGO – Design You Trust

The Photography Duo Blending Art, Beauty And LEGO

London-based photography duo Denelle and Tom Ellis of Peanut Factory Studio explore a child-like approach to beauty in a playful new editorial Lego my Ego.

“We were really just inspired by Lego and this feeling of letting go and being silly; inventing something new each time,” the pair explain. “We really wanted to create a beauty story that was not centered on vanity – sometimes acting like a kid is the best way to do that.”

More: Peanut Factory Studio, Instagram h/t: hungertv

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