Evolution is part of life’s cycle and many are the things we leave behind in the process. That might be our childhood, our old loves and jobs, obsolete techniques and outdated theories. But while all these stay behind, new points of view come to replace them.
The use of color and space in husband and wife team Rebecca Thuss and Patrick Farrell still life photography make the excitement of spring all the more anticipating. Fruit confetti popsicles, stacks of melting ice cream, and lively greens are all bursting with vibrant hues of the warm months to come. Each object is placed [...]
Damien Blottiere for Vogue Hommes Japan, left 2012 is the year mixed media exploded onto the pages of our favorite fashion magazines. Whether painted, illustrated, layered, collaged, or all of the above, editors internationally took a cue from the art world to offer up some truly original and visually enticing stories. In contrast to continually [...]
It’s not exactly high praise to like a photographer for his work with stills. But Japan-bred, New York-based Shinichi Maruyama brings so-real-you-can-touch-it movement to his work. Already a favorite feature on this site for his work with Isaora a few years back, Shinichi’s latest series takes a
Jean-Pacôme Dedieu’s photographs can be described as creative chaos. He employs his unique aesthetics to his work, which mainly consists of vibrant color palettes and artistic juxtaposition of objects. He has also worked with magazine such as Wallpaper, Vogue Japan, L’Officiel, and Marie Claire.