The Nürburgring by Ramon Haindl
It is no secret that Ramon Haindl is one of our favorite photographers out there and he keeps on creating beautiful work to continue being just that. We discovered the German – who also creates with mixed media and collage in his free projects – through his captures of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Academy some years ago, after which he has been creating a body of work of both autonomous projects as for clients showing his relentless approach (sleeping very little) and extraordinary multiple talents. His latest series brought Haindl to the famous tracks of the Nürburgring where he shot another gem for the Lufthansa Exclusive Magazine. With a somewhat similar approach and aesthetic as that very first series we discovered, the new work shows how Ramon has grown in the couple of years that have passed: every image being nothing short of iconic. Whether he portrays the oldtimers (both cars and drivers) in shiny monochrome images or the toned down classic color palette: we love every single image of the series.
Ramon Haindl is a photographer and filmmaker, based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. After graduating in graphic design he turned his passion for photography and filmmaking into his profession, working for a wide range of national and international clients like adidas, Sony, Red Bull Music Academy, Bloomberg Businessweek, Der Spiegel, Die Zeit, Highsnobiety, NEON and The FADER amongst others, next to select collaborative projects with inspirational partners like Haw-lin, Deutsche & Japaner and last year we were super excited to have collaborated with Ramon as part the first edition of Our Current Obessions for which the artist created a tremendous mixed media piece based on the GERTRUD & GEORGE Overnighter bag, featuring his beautiful dog Vila.
Beside their work in photography, Ramon and his girlfriend – also a very gifted photographer – Evelyn Dragan founded and edit the inspirational online photography and filmmaking magazine CULT.
For more information and work by Ramon see here.