Focusing on the pastel palette, Dutch artist Aisha Zeijpveld creates portraits that prevail. In her What Remains? series, inspired by the work of Egon Schiele, she introduces a way of ‘sketching’ onto the photographs, outlining the figure in interesting ways and modifying body shapes to something slightly abnormal.
What do you guys think of Kate Fichard’s Totem de Vie series? In this cool collection of images, Fichard manages to mask the true identity of her subjects with a collection of found goods, ranging from kitchen pots and pans to garden tools and creepy dolls. Each figure takes on mythical role in the midst [...]
A very interesting work by German photographer Carsten Witte where we don’t really know where we are lost in these beautiful reflections. Fascinated by New York buildings and skyscrapers, the artist offers us images of
We are loving these gorgeous images put out by high fashion retailer YBDPT and shot by Kipling Phillips. “To Nowhere” features crisp whites and regal blues, both stand out in the photos and luxurious clothing. The result:
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 [...]
Written by Guest Blogger Madeline Rudin No longer is Adidas encouraging wearers to spend all day dreaming about sports… just some of the day. The acronym is transitioning as the SLVR Spring/Summer 2013 ad campaign proves that Creative Director Dirk Schönberger continues to engage in dreams about high fashion, as well. Still geared towards
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 [...]
It’s always nice when a young artist transforms something old into something new. It shows they are looking at something other than peers and the latest releases for inspiration. Such is the case of Chad Wys‘s beautifully done American Tapestry series.