A photobook made in collaboration with photographer Rid Burman and multidisciplinary artist Aniruddh Mehta.
Photographed in this book are the humans who construct the infrastructure & assemble machines that are required for an artisan chocolate factory to exist.
A raw, unfiltered book with honest faces; and messy too.
Pages : 38 Pages Incl. Cover
Close Size : 7.72" (W) x 9.88"
About the Artists
Rid Burman is a photographer born in India in the early 80s. He has his roots in a family of sculptors and painters. Naturally, art has always been a priority in Burman's approach to photography. After graduating from the Brooks Institute of Photography in California in 2000, Burman moved to New York and worked as an assistant for Steven Klein and Mark Seliger. He returned to India in 2008 and started collaborating with with prestigious brands, also with magazines such as Elle and Vogue to name a very few. He has a certain propensity to create unique stories and a vision of his own. Always on the move, Burman works between Paris, New York and Mumbai, constantly exploring new ideas, new places, drawing on the abundant inspirations of his Eastern and Western philosophies.
Aniruddh Mehta is an Artist and a Designer based in Mumbai, India. His work ranges from traditional graphic design as well as digital and new media arts. His practices traverse through various mediums with a common theme rooted in precise organization.
He is the founder of Studio Bigfat - a multi-disciplinary design studio focusing on a broad spectrum of design areas such as Branding, Packaging, Brand Strategy, Graphic Design, Digital Illustration and Motion Design. The studio has worked with a long list of clientele; some of which includes Facebook, Puma, Apple, Gates Foundation, LVMH, Subko Coffee, etc.