The Brutalist Skiing Resort of Flaine, France by Alastair Wiper

A quick google of the purpose built skiing resort of "Flaine" reveals one thing above all else: most people think it is extremley ugly.

Built in the 60s by one of the most respected and renowned proponents of modernist Bauhaus architecture, Marcel Breuer, the resort (much of which is listed as protected by the French Ministry of Culture) had nothing but noble intentions ...

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Nikon: Making Car Parks Look Pretty by Alastair Wiper

I was commissioned by Nikon to take some photographs of some car parks.

The brief was to "showcase how skilled photographers can ‘elevate the everyday’ in photography and find genuine inspiration from arguably mundane surroundings ...

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Inside Playmobil, Malta by Alastair Wiper

Since 1976, every Playmobil character has been made in a Maltese factory – where it’s not just the figures who are happy. Not far from Malta airport, 192 new figures are born every minute – and whether they’re pirates, policemen or princesses, they’re always smiling ...

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