Face Illustrations Alexander Khokhlov est un photographe moscovite qui utilise le visage humain comme une toile pour créer de magnifiques portraits en noir et blanc. D’une beauté envoutante, reprenant des icônes comme celui du Wi-Fi ou un QR Code, ces créations incroyables sont à découvrir dans la suite de l’article. I fucking wish AGAINST ALL AUTHORITYMXDVS for C2H4 Desert MA-1 Jacket, C2H4 Riot Patch Jeans, C2H4 Photographed by Sandro D.B.
Café Mode, the eye of a Parisian (almost) to the page - Lexpress Styles Ancient Greek Sandals, l’art de la spartiate le 30 mai 2016 07h00 | par Géraldine Dormoy | 13 commentaires The Sartorialist L’art du Chignon Maddie The Coonhound Photographer Theron Humphrey was at a crossroads in his life so he embarked on a documentary project called This Wild Idea, which involved traveling to 50 states and photographing one person a day for a year. To keep […] there is nothing new under the sun. takeovertime: Amazin Apartment | Industrial FacilityA minimal concept created by London-based design company Industrial Facility. According to the designers, despite the implicit promise of digital technology to make our lives simpler and easier, there is a crisis afoot for the growing, older population. Although many household appliances are easily acquired, these same products are inherently difficult to manage and maintain over time; what was once purchased as a convenience has potential to become a burden in later life. As we age, we become less likely to navigate the conditions that shops and manufacturers require of youthful consumers.
The Vogue Diaries Street Etiquette Once Upon a Stone Focus sur Addminimal, un studio créatif dirigé par Adriana Gerasimova. Avec ce projet « Once Upon a Stone », le studio démontre son talent pour le maquillage et la photographie, autour de cette série très réussie. Plus d’images à découvrir dans la suite de l’article. Top Ten Cult Fashion Documentaries In anticipation of the forthcoming documentary Mademoiselle C, which reveals the candid life of Carine Roitfeld, we chart the underexposed documentaries that have given us access to private codes and rituals of the fashion world. From Leigh Bowery to Don Letts, these are the cult moments that will always remain relevant. The cult at its finest: as Yohji Yamamoto prepares for an upcoming show in Paris, Wim Wenders captures the reticent designer in what is commonly a habitually private scene. An insight not just into the show, but the contemplation of the creative process: cities, cinema and identity that all play a definitive role in the final outcome. Leigh Bowery: indisputably an embodiment of the 1980's club scene in London and a provocative influence for a generation of artists.
Threeasfour Spring 2014 Ready-to-Wear Collection on Style.com: Runway Review Threeasfour's Spring runway show took place in a room at the Jewish Museum on New York's Upper East Side, where the design trio is staging an exhibition opening September 15. The multimedia show, titled Mer Ka Ba, is an attempt to promote "cross-cultural unity" among religions, particularly Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. Gabriel Asfour was born in Lebanon but has Palestinian roots. Angela Donhauser was born in Tajikistan, and Adi Gil in Israel—their disparate backgrounds consistently inform the work they do together. "We want to inspire others to do the same," explained Gil the day before the show. For the exhibit itself, Threeasfour worked with architect Christian Wassmann to create a temple made to look like a 3-D six-point star.
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