By Hattie Newman. London.
Got some money to burn? :)
What a talent?! Hard not to admire the ability to connect real with a funny, yet simple idea for a story to tell. Amazing Javier Perez.
Ideal. A bike to desire! Monocasco E-Bike by ART-TIC.
Creating beautiful ornaments that could easily hang on the walls and perch on your head was Moody & Farrell’s Spring Summer 2014 campaign. The long established duo fronted by solo hat maker Eloise Moody and her spiritual partner, deceased grandfather Michael John Farrell, transforms the staple accessory by converging traditional shapes with intriguing materials.
White chess pieces by Francesco Ridolfi. Brilliant conceptual photography!
Swedish-based photographer Jesse Laitinen gets behind the lens for Swedish fashion designer Maria Nordström’s SS14 collection, titled Shields.
With intriguing hair do’s by renowned hairstylist Dejan Cekanovic and make-up by Sophia Eriksen, the images show off the stark cuts and interesting fabric mixes of Nordström’s collection. A nice little surprise in our inbox this morning that surely offers some chic inspiration just in time for Halloween.
Seattle photographer, Christopher Boffoli, is widely known for his series of work called Big Appetites. Using food as a prop in his photographic storytelling, the images show an affection for the miniature and the playful. The work is significantly more evolved than the airplane spoon of dinner that is “coming in for a landing” in a baby’s mouth, but perhaps both share the concept of bridging food and play. The photos create imaginary worlds and alternate realities. It’s a world where broccoli can becomes a lawn and spaghetti can become a car wash.
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Addressing the current craving for an emerging asceticism in aesthetics, photographer Siren Lauvdal offers this clean, black and white series. The Norwegian talent depicts scenes of convent life with reverence and gloss, and minimal, mod beauty. It’s reassuring to see that even nuns need a little luxury.
An Lee shoots DMC clothing.
"Ladies in waiting"
A portrait (Pipi Longstocking? ;) ) by Van Sarki
“I believe in strong women. I believe in the woman who is able to stand up for herself. I believe in the woman who doesn’t need to hide behind her husband’s back. I believe that if you have problems, as a woman you deal with them, you don’t play victim, you don’t make yourself look pitiful, you don’t point fingers. You stand and you deal. You face the world with a head held high and you carry the universe in your heart.”
― C. JoyBell C.