Born in Germany in 1979, Daniel Sannwald is emerging as one of the true original voices in contemporary photography. In a landscape dominated by referential and repetitive imagery, Daniel is establishing a strong and recognizable signature that is already catching the attention of some of the most influential trendsetters in the fashion and photography industries. His surrealistic and hauntingly beautiful images speak of a world were Fashion and Art meet to reveal a unique narrative.
Daniel studied at the Royal Academy in Antwerp and is now based in London.
Daniel contributes to numerous magazines. Amongst them: Dazed & Confused, i-D, Vogue Hommes Japan, V magazine and Qvest. His work has been honoured with a nomination by the Photomuseum Winterhur in Switzerland, and a Lead Award nomination in Germany. He has photographed projects for Louis Vuitton, Nike, Adidas, Replay, Wrangler and Shiseido.

Two Roses on Friday and other adventures

Every Friday I try to see Rose. She tells me often about her late husband and how he brought her roses on Fridays — so one day I started to do the same.
Rose would always says: “Daniel! Its not because my name is Rose but Roses are just so wonderful.!!!”

Last Friday i brought her white Roses which made her very happy. To say thank you she wrote me a lovely poem which she read out loud in front of me.

Her Poem:

Dear Daniel,
The flowers you sent me
have lasted so long
they are so beautiful,
colourful and strong
they may not keep until our next repar
but you know that you are always welcome
to come and call again
and bring me some roses once again

The same day i said good bye to my little soldier who is having some adventures in NY… ((come back soon!))

and as my mum always says: wenn man sich nicht verabschiedet, kann man sich auch nicht begrüßen…und begrüßen, liebe ich…ich finde, dass ein ersehntes wiedersehen, die tiefsten gefühle empfinden lässt…

The same day i went to see the concert of my Friends Amor de Dias at the National Portrait Gallery. It was very magical to listen to their music amongst all this painted ladies.

my favourite lady:

my favourite song:

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