Barbara i Gongini aw11 backstage

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Bottega Veneta :: Robert Longo :: aw10 campaign

 

Darn cool collaboration shoots for Bottega Veneta’s aw10 campaign by Robert Longo

“The Fall-Winter 2010/2011 season is centered on the silhouette and characterized by contrasts of structure and fluidity, stillness and movement, and masculine and feminine. The palette is dark and rich, illuminated by flashes of moody iridescence. Both the men’s and women’s collections touch on questions of strength and power, exploring ways of dressing that express a multifaceted individuality.

Robert Longo’s series “Men in the Cities,” created in the late 1970s and early 1980s, has influenced photographers for decades. The series, which depicts men and women in business attire contorted in extreme positions, began as photographs taken by Longo on his rooftop. The artist then created large-scale charcoal and graphite drawings from the photographs. Longo, who works in a wide range of media including sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, and film, has a virtuoso talent for evoking complex themes with simple, powerful imagery.”

Via Bottega Veneta

Consider her ways :: Dazed & Confused

Dazed & Confused makes the most rad editorials at the moment. I really like these pictures!
 
Consider Her Ways
Dazed & Confused November 2010
Photographer :: Chadwick Tyler
Stylist :: Karen Langley

Agyness Deyn for V Magazine

I love the more soft look on Agyness Deyn in this editorial for V Magazine, compared to the shots I showed a while ago. The two first shots are amazing and my favorite, and I love the boots on the third pic – maybe a DIY?!

Photos :: Alasdair McLellan

let’s waltz around

The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes “Awww!

Jack Kerouac