Print is dead–is never dead. To publish a book is a bad idea – is a very good idea. To mark the centenary of the 100th edition, the team behind 100for10 at Melville Brand Design has come up with a special special: A 1000-page compendium filled with works and interviews of all 100 artists.
Interview with artist Gabriela Neeb
What is the story behind your 100for10 book RIVIERA PARK?
When did you decide to become a photographer?
Did you have moments in your childhood that influenced you in your creativity?
What was the most exiting moment of your job until now?
Is there anything you don’t like about your job?
What kind of message do you want to deliver trough your pictures?
What does a normal working day look like?
Who inspires you and your work?
What do you really want to do this year? Do you have any goals?
Sebastian was born in 1975 near Stuttgart, Germany. He studied pedagogy and now supports social and care workers. It’s a bit of a cliche but true: his grandfather gave him his first camera at the age of 12 or so, and since then photography has become much more than just a pastime – it’s a love and a passion, a way to express his feelings. Sebastian specializes in street, landscape and portrait photography. He is located in Schorndorf, a small town in the south of Germany.