It’s a work day for Sarah Parker, and she is knee-deep in paper, glue, and half drunken cups of tea. While this East London-based creative may have studied primarily with pen and pencil, graduating from Illustration at the University of Brighton, she is most known and
Jeff Bark created this whimsical editorial in collaboration with Charlotte Stockdale, for i-D magazine‘s February 2012 issue. Bark is known for his raw aesthetics, his love for nature and human body. For this i-D editorial all that are combined in a set that resembles Hansel and Gretel x Pana’s Labyrinth, while he plays with the [...]
“What is real? Where am I living? What do I perceive is the real? Do they have some space of their own?” Rhetorical or not, these are just some of the questions Yunwoo Choi ponders in his Artist’s Statement, which also touches upon topics of “14 dimensions” and “invisible and intangible matter”.
The way Marcel van der Vlugt shows beauty in his photographs is striking, a bit disturbing, but undeniably, beautiful. Revealing a side not often seen in glamor, let alone international magazine editorials and covers, the Netherlands born photographer does things like plop cheese and salmon on the faces of gorgeous models,
“Ten decades of fashion” is titled the first issue of the German magazine Freimodekultur, and joins the world of publications in a retrospective way showcasing fashion’s innovations and evolution from 1900 to 1990. In the pages of Freimodekultur are featured conceptually avant-garde pieces,
As a digital media artist based in Germany, the portfolio work of Jann de Vries is extensive, but it is his deconstructed collage works that particularly stand out. He takes existing photos from various fashion journals and magazines to create a new reality, hence the name Wirklichkeit, translated as Reality. This should entice you to [...]