Argentinian photographer Gaby Herbstein captured the essence of “La Diablada” (Dance of the Demons) in her recent series that documents the wonderful and popular celebration that takes place every year in the Northern Jujuy province, Argentina.
The limitations and insecurity of the human being, his fears and obsessions, his vanity and his desires are nicely captured in the humorous and challenging works of the Dutch artist Guda Koster.
Swiss photographer Marie Rimer has become known for experimenting and capturing unorthodox costumes crafted from everyday materials and inspired by tribal art.
Marcos Paulo Piccoli costume designer, print and fashion designer is making hallucinations chic.
Alexander McQueen once said, “Fashion should be a form of escapism, and not a form of imprisonment” and “I find beauty in the grotesque, like most artists.” I use these two particular quotes for the remarkable artist Manon Kündig, who goes
Kirsty Mitchell was born and raised in the county of Kent, known to many as the ‘Garden of England’. Her mother, an English teacher and passionate storyteller, read to her almost everyday to an age she could no longer admit to her friends. The imagination and belief in beauty became her root, and the place…
While most fashion designers are 100 percent focused on their collections this time of year, the ever-talented Henrik Vibskov brings his pieces straight into the spotlight as the Costume Designer for Japanese Manga opera War Sum Up. Bringing together music, manga, and machines, War Sum Up is a