Alan Blaustein Photography
2012 Decor and Publications

Welcome to Alan Blaustein Photography. "Still Life: Objet d’ Art" showcases Alan Blaustein’s fine art and commercial photography as featured in upcoming 2012 wall decor and publication releases, commissions and photography projects.

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Projects: Featured from a recent photography commission are Alan’s nautical still life images for the spring 2012 completion of the Loews Hotel Cabana’s project in Miami Beach, Florida. The seashell images will be permanently displayed in the hotels new luxurious cabana suites and printed as large-scale wall hangings on transparent fabric. The photographs scale sizes range from 7 to 10 feet as large wall hangings. The nautical imagery wall decor is juxtaposed in the cabana suites overlooking and complimenting dramatic vistas of the sandy Atlantic beaches and ocean.

The color seashell photographic collage image was created as a greeting card for Sellers Publishing for 2012 release.


Highlighted above are new images from the Bistros de France, Caffe Italia and Cafes & Bars projects. The image samplings are from Alan's upcoming 2013 publications, which pay tribute and celebrate the European coffee & tea culture and the traditional bistros and brasseries.

Projects: Both new projects for release in late 2012 feature Alan's still life photography as well as interior and exterior photographs from a wide variety of cafes, brasseries, bars, restaurants and bistros all located in Italy and France. Featured above on the right side are photographs from Cafe Perseo, in Florence, Italy and Cafe de France in Rome, Italy. Both photographs are included in the Cafe & Bars and Cafe Italia publications.  Displayed above on the left side are two Bistro images from Parisian cafes and are both showcased in the Bistro de France publication.


The above "Giardino Italiano" photographs are from Alan's repeated photography journeys to Italy from over the past decade. Featured are a wide variety of eclectic gardens styles from classic to contemporary, both private and public are various intriguing well-manicured landscaped Italian garden spaces.

Projects: “Giardino Italiano” was originally created for multiple calendar projects featuring Italian garden benches and garden seating. During the past the past several years the prints have enjoyed popularity as wall decor for numerous hospitality commissions and original print displays. Including on permanent exhibition at the Venetian, Caesars Palace and Bellagio Hotels Las Vegas, NV. USA. In addition the garden collection of photographs has been showcased in numerous exhibitions and featured as limited editions prints and lithographs at retail stores. Giardino Italiano is often displayed together with the French Bancs de Jardin collection.


"Vantage Angles" the evolution of a data center is an ongoing photographic project and new book documenting the construction of a new data center campus in Silicon Valley, California during 2011. Originating as a commercial photography assignment the project eventually transformed itself into an art photography book.

Projects: Throughout 2011 Alan was commissioned to photographically document the construction and evolution of a new innovative 17-acre cloud computing data storage campus. Biweekly Alan photographed the construction of the three new ultra efficient 100% leed certified data center structures, which originally was a 1970's style architecture Intel computer company property. In 2010, Vantage Data Centers started the renovation process to recreate a new cloud computing data server storage facility and campus. Utilizing ground breaking energy efficient technology, minimal clean architectural design, an off the grid back up power plant, enormous power generators and a massive water cooling system structure. The delineative architectural design and practical function inspired Alan to graphically record the evolution and infrastructure photographically capturing the spirit of this architectural milestone campus.


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