Peter Lippmann

Peter Lippmann portrait

Peter Lippmann is an American-born photographer who has worked in Paris for the past twenty-five years. Lippmann specializes in still life, advertising, magazine work, food, and trompe l’oeil. His clients include Marie Claire, Cartier Art Magazine, NY Times Magazine, The Sunday Times, Le Figaro, Cartier, Audemars Piguet, Fürterer, SFR, SNCF, Christian Louboutin and many more. For several years he worked for Christian Louboutin’s annual look book, and it is wonderful to look at. Satire, delicately humor, ingenuity and great implementing force are characteristic of his work.

A very interesting variant of photography opens in the balance between art and advertising. And Peter Lippmann is one of the masters of this manifestation.

6TH ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERS CUP FOR CHIMERES

Peter’s “Chimeres” series for Christian Louboutin won th third place in the Advertising category of the 6th Annual Photography Masters Cup.

Peter Lippmann is a still life photographer, born in New York 1956, living and working in Paris. After graduating from Allegheny College with a degree in Journalism and becoming editor of the Linesville Herald and the Conneaut Lake Breeze in Pennsylvania, two local newspapers, Peter switched gears.
He move to Paris and began work assisting still life photographer Detlef Trefz. After 6 months in Paris assisting, Peter began working on his own.
The breadth of Peter’s work has grown far beyond still life images over the past 30 years of freelance photography.

Ruben’s Fantasy by Peter Lippmann

Ruben’s Fantasy by Peter Lippmann: Parisian house Louboutin and photographer Peter Lippmann collaborated for the Fall Winter 2013 lookbook inspired by the paintings of the famous Flemish Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens.

Ruben’s Fantasy by Peter Lippmann

Flowers and heels: Spring-summer collection of Christian Louboutin in the pictures-paintings by Peter Lippman, seen for instance in Vogue Russia.
Photographer and artist Peter Lippman continues the theme of the masterpieces of world art in a new series of works for the Christian Louboutin. At this time, served as the basis of art the most beautiful and most famous still life painting.

Flowers and heels: Spring-summer collection of Christian Louboutin in the pictures-paintings by Peter Lippman

Flowers and heels: Spring-summer collection of Christian Louboutin in the pictures-paintings by Peter Lippman

Flowers and heels by Peter Lippman for Christian Louboutin Spring Summer 2014. In detail and composition, working with light and color Lippmann gave the main features of the most famous works by Van Gogh, Cezanne, Fantin-Latour, Monet, Pissarro, and two representatives of the Brueghel dynasty.
Flowers and heels: Spring-summer collection of Christian Louboutin in the pictures-paintings by Peter Lippman

showcase boutique Christian Louboutin

Flowers – in all their diversity and abundance – the perfect backdrop for the spring collection of shoes for whatever manner of painting is the question. In the eyes of Peter Lippmann high heels look as good as the beautiful realities of Impressionism. Consider these photos can be eternal – and showcase boutique Christian Louboutin.

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Peter Lippmann for CARTIER ART MAGAZINE N°19 – 01

Shoes by Christian Louboutin
Photography by Peter Lippmann
Paintings by James McNeil, Marie-Guilleme Benoit, Francois Clouet and Jean-Marc Nattier

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Peter Lippmann for Christian Louboutin, Lookbook 2010 – 03

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Peter Lippmann for Christian Louboutin, Lookbook 2008 – 08

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Peter Lippmann for Christian Louboutin, Lookbook 2008 – 06

Peter Lippman Paradise Parking

This work, Paradise Parking, offers ‘a poetic look at the relationship between the creations of man and mother nature’.

Peter Lippmann came up with a very interesting idea for the editorial Marie Claire 2. This time instead of a hot chick he uses chicks, to showcase luxury jewelry such as Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Buccellati and Piaget/Boucheron.

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Peter Lippmann – Marie Claire 2 – Luxury Chicks 2

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Peter Lippmann – Marie Claire 2 – Luxury Chicks 1

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NOBLE ? ROT 2 by Peter Lippmann: Noble rot (French: pourriture noble; German: Edelfäule; Italian: Muffa nobile; Hungarian: Aszúsodás) is the benevolent form of a grey fungus, Botrytis cinerea, affecting wine grapes. Infestation by Botrytis requires moist conditions. If the weather stays wet, the malevolent form, “grey rot,” can destroy crops of grapes. Grapes typically become infected with Botrytis when they are ripe. If they are then exposed to drier conditions and become partially raisined this form of infection brought about by the partial drying process is known as noble rot. Grapes when picked at a certain point during infestation can produce particularly fine and concentrated sweet wine. Some of the finest Botrytized wines are literally picked berry by berry in successive tries (French for “selections”).

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Medicinal Plants Jusquiame by Peter Lippmann: Hyoscyamus is a small genus of flowering plants in the nightshade family, Solanaceae. The eleven species it contains are known generally as the henbanes. All of them are toxic.

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Medicinal Plants Double Echinacea by Peter Lippmann: Echinacea is a genus, or group of herbaceous flowering plants in the daisy family, Asteraceae. The nine species it contains are commonly called coneflowers. They are endemic to eastern and central North America, where they are found growing in moist to dry prairies and open wooded areas. They have large, showy heads of composite flowers, blooming from early to late summer. The generic name is derived from the Greek word ἐχῖνος (echino), meaning “sea urchin,” due to the spiny central disk. Some species are used in herbal medicines and some are cultivated in gardens for their showy flowers.

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Medicinal Plants Pavot by Peter Lippmann: Papaver is a genus of 70–100 species of frost-tolerant annuals, biennials, and perennials native to temperate and cold regions of Eurasia, Africa and North America. It is the type genus of the poppy family, Papaveraceae. A major crop is the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum). In the rituals of the Eleusinian Mysteries, the poppy was used as a symbol of the earth, sleeping and forgetting in honor of the goddess Demeter. The bright red flowers of the wild corn poppy in Central Europe (Papaver rhoeas) flowering from late May to mark the start of early summer.

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Gambas and Oyster by Peter Lippmann

Peter Lippmann for the book Pierre Gagnaire: Reinventing French Cuisine

Peter Lippmann for the book Pierre Gagnaire: Reinventing French Cuisine

Peter Lippmann for the book Pierre Gagnaire: Reinventing French Cuisine.

PeterLippmann is well known in the advertising world, he is represented in France, Italy and in the USA. He specializes in still life photography, but works also as portrait and landscape photographer. He works worldwide with several amazing luxury brands and his personal series have been shown in various galleries worldwide. Lippman is represented by Gallery SophieMaree in Amsterdam.

He also signed the photographs of the book “Les Vertus des Plantes” by les Éditions du Chêne.
In his free time, he writes and sings in a Paris based rock group, The Lobotonics.

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