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Flight of Fantasy – Paco Peregrin

When choosing an adjective to describe fashion photographer and art director Paco Peregrin‘s work, mysterious comes to mind… as well as sensual, conceptual, futuristic, otherworldly, regal, dark… and we can keep going. But we were really just trying to grab your attention. If our vocabulary hasn’t grabbed you yet, we are confident these photographs have.

Born in Almeria, Spain and currently residing in Madrid, Peregrin has been well regarded as one of the most creative influences in his field today. His photography work can be found in global advertising, art, beauty, and fashion campaigns. He caught our eye with his Olimpia spread he worked on for White Sposa a few years back.

Paco is not afraid to experiment with color, dramatic lighting and avant garde styling, which makes his work quite exciting. It’s hard to miss the influence of his design, communication, theatre and painting background in his pieces. He lets his imagination run wild, leaving the viewer to indulge in a fantastic reality, reminiscent of the days of Alexander McQueen. His vision is strong, his voice is clear, and he is never dull. There is no mistaking his work.

Major brands have been impressed by the impact of Peregrin’s striking photographs. He has been hired to photograph various ad campaigns for companies like Adidas, Diesel, Toyota, Nike, Levi’s, and EMI Music. His photographs have been published in magazines around the world such as Vanity Fair (Italy), Glamour (Spain), Elle (Mexico), Flux (UK), Zink (USA), and many others.

So we are all set for some seriously inspirational desktop images for the next few months. We look forward to seeing more from this fearless photographer in the future.

 

HighStreet.Cincinnati

 

One Response to “Flight of Fantasy – Paco Peregrin”

  1. Paco’s art works are beau­ti­ful mas­ter­pieces. Thank High Street for shar­ing high fash­ion with us. I hope to see more arti­cles about sus­tain­able fash­ion and how it can help women in devel­op­ing coun­tries. Best regards to all. 🙂

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