Interview: Stanley Chow

Interview: Stanley Chow

Posted by: on May 23, 2014

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Il suo stile unico lo ha catapultato nell’universo dei big dell’illustrazione internazionale, consentendogli di lavorare in ogni ambito del design, dalla grafica all’editoria passando per packaging, animazione e videogame. Ma è con i ritratti che Stanley Chow, nato e cresciuto a Manchester, è diventato celebre.






Niki Pilkington

Niki Pilkington

Posted by: on Apr 23, 2014

Niki Pilkington is an illustrator from Wales currently based in New York. She has specialized in producing highly charged, trend inspired fashion portraits. Her playful yet highly detailed style feeds off the everyday people and places she sees, focusing mainly on fashion and the people who wear it. Her contemporary aesthetic adorns the walls of private collectors homes and galleries, as well as the pages of numerous books and magazines.






2D or not 2D

2D or not 2D

Posted by: on Nov 28, 2013

Alexander Khokhlov is a young Russian photographer who explores the visually strength of paint and makeup in his 2D or not 2D series. Working with makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan and retouching expert Veronica Ershova, Khokhlov manages to capture women and men as pictorial reinterpretations of themselves, inspired by two-dimensional posters, comics, pop art, impressionist paintings, pixelated images, and cartoon characters.






Echoism Symmetrical Portraits

Echoism Symmetrical Portraits

Posted by: on Oct 28, 2013

If you are made symmetrical, do you consider yourself more beautiful, less so, or is it just weird? Or is it you at all? Do you have a best side? What is to be said of left and right brain dominance? The australian photographer Julian Wolkenstein has immortalized in the project “Symmetrycal Portraits” unusual portraits of people, asking to show no emotions.






A Dog’s Life

A Dog’s Life

Posted by: on Sep 25, 2013

Greta, Fay, Jannis, Clinton e via dicendo. La maggior parte dei cani hanno nomi di persone quindi perchè non fotografarli come se fossero dei veri e propri umani? Il fotografo tedesco Ralph Hargarten ha immortalato nella serie A dog’s life lo sguardo dei nostri amici a quattro zampe e nella semplicità assoluta di queste foto noi ci perdiamo nei loro occhi. Sguardi simili ai nostri, che spaziano dalla felicità alla tristezza, dalla noia alla curiosità!