Nihon Noir: Tom Blachford sheds light on Tokyo’s dark side
Photographer Tom Blachford turns his lens on moonlit modernist architecture with captivating results
Tom Blachford’s (b. 1987) photography renders functional, man-made structures into strange dreams that fluctuate between reality and fantasy.
Haunting Photos of Houses in Moonlight
A collection of haunting LA images at night by the talented Melbourne-based artist
The Design Files
Midnight Modern Series IV Preview
We explore Tom Blachford’s beautifully-shot photographic series of modernist houses under the full moon.
Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue Print Issue
We speak to the photographer behind a book documenting the modernist architecture of Palm Springs under the light of the full moon.
For the photos in Midnight Modern, Tom Blachford captured local architecture in a new light (the moon’s).
The haunting works, reminiscent of Gregory Crewdson, capture mid-century Palm Springs architecture under the midnight glow of a full moon.
There is an inherent nostalgia about photographing symbols of Southern Californian mid-century Modernism.
This Guy Makes Portraits of Palm Springs Classics by Moonlight
Tom Blachford’s moonlit photos of the city’s iconic modernist buildings is a must-see during Modernism Week.
Melbourne photographer Tom Blachford shoots mid-century Palm Springs architecture under the midnight glow of a full moon.
It’s Nice That
Some very simple pleasures here from photographer Tom Blachford, who’s been staying up long past his bedtime to capture stunning architectural shots.
Midnight Modern is a collection of large-scale works by Melbourne-based photographer Tom Blachford.
The Creators Project
Meet the Artist Shooting #NoFilter Photos by Moonlight. Tom Blachford shoots Palm Springs’ swank, midcentury mansions using only lunar illumination.
Tom Blachford (b. 1987, Australia) presents his book Midnight Modern – a view of Palm Springs and its internationally renowned Modernist houses, shot entirely by the light of the full moon.
Tom Blachford on his Palm Spring’s Midnight Modern series