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Oil painting on paper pasted on canvas - 55 x 46 x 2 cm. Satin varnish finish. The edges are painted black, this artwork doesn't necessarily require any framing. Lost woman
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“Everything starts in our brain, creating reality as we perceive it for ourselves” I would like to quote David Altmejd who says the head is the beginning and end of our universe. Everything Starts in Our Brain
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A little part of a great shooting with Paolo Lazzarotti The mermaid cliff
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Original oil painting 116 x 73 cm - 2020. Pink ladies
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I present part of the work with the name Nature. Looking for the fusion between the body and nature, fleeing from photographic perfection, avoiding to the greatest extent the established stereotypes. What connection do you have with Nature? Nature
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Creative direction, Wig and Head prop: Shunsuke Meguro Photography: Nicole Ngaise Make-up: Tamayo Yamamoto using M.A.C cosmetics UK Models: Violet at NAMED MODELS, Molly Dilkes and Anne Louise De Vries at ELITE LONDON We made "Mixing the Future and the Past" because I have been making it ideal for a long time. And we decided to make something that combines hair and art. This work contains a theory of coinage. I believe that everything has front and back sides. Mixing the Future and the Past was inspired by the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) of the space in 2001" and an alien movie "Godzilla" in Japan, and thought about making a futuristic visual in an analog way. 2001: A Space Odyssey movie was made in 1968, a movie made at that time imagining 2001, So it contains a lot of very futuristic visuals. At that time, despite the fact that there was no CG technology and all the movies were made manually, the quality is higher than the space movie that is made in this era. From that I got interested in the contrast of the future stories contradictory to the possibilities of analog technology and expressed the beauty of conflicting things by mixing analogue camera and futuristic hair to this editorial. When I saw this, I was interested in places where digital processes such as CG are not included even though it is digital visual. This work contains conflicting elements of futuristic elements and analog photos. All of this editorial shoots with analog cameras and incorporates LED lights into the hair design that can be done manually and shows the contrast of contradicting elements. I believe that this work should be a work that makes us think about what the future is for people who saw it, Analogue. Works that obscure the boundary between the future and the past. Mixing the Future and the Past
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Fashion Designer: Patricia Gonzalez Assistant: Adrià Garcia Photographer: Adrià Piella Models: Jenny, Oseka, Oriol and Kam TWENTY-EIGHT
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Model and styling: Carolyn Lacasse Photography and editing: Marc-André Riopel Concept: ArtMood Visualz He is a photographer and a retoucher, she is a model, a creative director, a designer and a stylist. Both born and living in Montreal, Canada, they have been inseparable for more than a year now, combining their respective talents to create photographs that are intriguing, that provoke an emotion, that evoke a story. *************************************************************************************************************************************** As ArtMood Visualz, our artistic duo, we push our creativity further and further, avoiding as much as possible ease, clichés and redundancy. We explore all kinds of ideas and concepts. In other words, we create a diverse and complex work, demonstrating our multiple talents and our respective versatility, both technically and artistically. See all of our photos and learn more about us on www.artmoodvisualz.com Power Out
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My impressions of loneliness. 45*30 cardboard / oil 2020 In a dark room
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Photographer: Golda Fruhmann Styling: Sophie Claussen and Christelle Leca Hair: Moe Mukai Makeup: Asuka Fukuda Model: Annika-Marie Leick at Modelwerk Production: Sophie Claussen and Golda Fruhmann New Vision
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Photography + Styling: Kyungil Park At Vott Agency, Korea Model: Brianna Wood At Plutino Models, Canada + JS Agency, Korea The Light You Dream
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Graphite drawing Carnal
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Human today Thinkless bodies
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Photography: Yuti Chang Styling: Join Chantisa Hair: Kiyonori Sudo Makeup: Hiroto Yamauchi Model: Sasha Sergeeva at Muse Management Poised
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two beautiful girls have recently woken up and are going somewhere. Objects and furnishings reminds us of 19th century romance The Morning
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Photographer: Simon Baungaard Styling: Denis Bjerregaard Hair: Sabina Simmelha Makeup: Stine Rasmussen Model: Pia Priewe at Le Management THE TIDE TURNS was conceived as a project on a beautiful fall evening. The sun was setting, casting a warm light on the boatyard sheds. The vessels had been hauled ashore and warped for the winter ahead. Soon everything would be grey, cold and wet. Summer, and sailing the ocean, would seem so far away. But right at this moment, everything seemed more warm and beautiful than ever. How do I turn this into a story, I asked myself? How do I get this atmosphere into a fashion story? Who is the person with the boat? How will this person spend the winter, when not on the sea? What would be an interesting character in this setting? I like taking inspiration from a scene or situation and work out an imaginative surrounding story. When shooting, this story evolves as the shoot progresses. I get to crossroads in the storyline and have to work out the characters next move, or the changes of the setting. What makes sense for the story? How do I find the balance between telling my version of the story, but still leave it open to interpretation for the viewer? This is my motivation for taking pictures. Fashion stories provide the canvas for my imaginative stories and bring them to life. Open to interpretation for others. THE TIDE TURNS
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Photographer: Cristiano Pedrocco Styling: Claudia Antonaci Hair and Makeup: Annalisa Parisi Model: Dashuta at The Fabbrica Photographer assistant: Saverio Pedrocco Special thanks to Stefania Belmonte Alba, Tramonto e Polvere
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Ph: Azizova Alena Md: Aigul Dyskalieva Ag: FP_model_agency_rus Mua : Victoria Bazarova (me) STYLE: Victoria Bazarova (me) style Play on contrast game
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Photographer: Martijn Senders Styling: Richard Schreefel at Angelique Hoorn Management Hair: Blanca Murcia for Kevin Murphy at Angelique Hoorn Management Makeup: Yvonne Nusdorfer for NARS Cosmetics at Angelique Hoorn Management Models: Julie at Touche Models, Columba A. & Daan A. at Brooks Modeling Agency Assistant photographer: Leonie Van Vliet To me, fashion is not only about wearing beautiful clothes. It’s about renewal and expressing who you are. The fashion industry is one of the biggest industries in this world and with my pictures I not only try to create something beautiful, but I also want to make statements and therefore reach a lot of people. And that’s exactly what I tried to do with this series, that I call Birds. The name is inspired by the worldly famous 1963 horror-thriller movie The Birds, directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock. The Birds is about un unexplained violent bird attack on the people of Bodega Bay, California over the course of a few days. Where one bird can do no harm, they can be dangerous when together in a large group. The villagers are forced to unite to defend themselves agains a bird attack and ultimately drive them away. The movie was inspired by a real-life event, when residents of Capitola in California awoke one August morning in 1961 to find sooty shearwaters slamming into their rooftops and their streets covered with dead birds. Although it’s a classic film, I’ve never seen it before. Until about two years ago, when the stylist and good friend Richard, who also had a big role in this production, demanded me to watch it. That was also the year when The Birds deemed ‘culturally, historically and aesthetically significant’ by the United States Library of Congress, and selected for preservation in its National Film Registry. There’s one scene that is known to be iconic and I dedicated eight images to this particular scene, translating my vision into this modern world. In this scene, Melanie and Mitch Brenner (played by Tippi Hedren and Rod Taylor), seek refuge inside the family home of the Brenners when it’s being attacked by waves of birds that nearly breach barricaded doors and windows. They violently attack Melanie, trapping here in the room until Mitch rescues her. Birds
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Photographer: Manon Clavelier Styling: Mia Rafolo Hair: Nelson Douala -Bell Makeup: Elise Augé Model: Ashlynn White at IMG Models Thanks to Studio Concourt H+ : Beyond Humanity
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