ALEXANDER BASILE

DIRECTOR  |  PHOTOGRAPHER

 

 CLIENTS:   ZALANDO   |   CARHARTT   |   HUGO BOSS   |   MONCLER

 

 

 

CARHARTT WIP - CAMPAIGN

 

 

CARHARTT WIP - CAMPAIGN

 

 

 

 
 


DIE AUSSTELLUNG - EXHIBITION

 

 

ZALANDO PLUS

 

 

 
 
 



WISH YOU WERE HERE - BOOK

 

 

CARHARTT WIP - LOOK BOOK

 

 

A POSSIBLE SCENARIO - TRAILER

 In his most recent film, director and visual artist Alexander Basile examines the standardized system of
signs and procedures of an airport (a non-place) and stages it as a space of social agency
embedded in its function as a site of transit and commerce.

 

 

  

CARHARTT - JAMIE XX

 

 

CARHARTT - LOOK BOOK

 

 

 

  
 
 

CARHARTT - DIRT OLLIES
Winner of the German photo book prize 2008.

 

 

CARHARTT - CAMPAIGN

 

 

 

 
 

OAMC OPTICS - CAMPAIGN

 

 

MORGAN - SHORT FILM

 What does globalization sound like?

In this film we follow Morgan through his hometown Lüderitz, a small harbor town in the south of Namibia. Located between desert and ocean, the climate is harsh and the wind omnipresent, constant and ceaseless. Once prosperous and flourishing, due to the diamond rush in1909, Lüderitz is said to be located on one of the least hospitable coasts in Africa.

The film by German-South African duo, negotiates the feeling of closeness and distance which we encounter by way of the foreign landscape - faced with the familiar - in the shape of enumerated brand names. On the peripheries of the city, Morgan looks into the distance and at the same time lays his gaze on us.

Winner - Global Shorts Los Angeles
Winner - Best Indie Short (Bronze) ISF Hollywood
Official Selection - Best Cinematography ARFF Barcelona
Finalist - Moscow Shorts

 

 

 

CAMERA AUSTRIA - PUBLICATION

 

 

A GLIMPSE - SHORT FILM

 

 

HUGO BOSS

 

 

  

CODE MAGAZINE - INTERVIEW

 

 

MONCLER

 

 

 

LANDSCAPES OF DESIRE - BOOK

 

 

BURLON

 

 

 

 

Basile’s understated, touching realism, artful cropping and fascination with architecture came to fruition during his years at Carhartt and defined a modern streetwear aesthetic. Evolving from his somewhat stark early vision, his images have become more poetic, conveying delicate emotions.