Photographer Frederick Book, with help from talented art directors and stylists, who spent up to a week pasting 100 laces into each headless mannequins, has created for the French magazine Next-Up Shoes an inspiring and mind blowing project entitled “Lace Head” which appeared in the November 15th issue. Take a look at some of his photographs! [ Continue Reading ]
If you live in Montreal and like performance art (I’m going to go ahead and assume that everyone likes pornography), you should most definitely know who Coral Short is. Hell, even if you don’t like performance art, her photo & video work alone will make your heart beat faster. Combining art, gender-bending, and the magic that is perversion, Coral Short’s work is, simply put, bad-mothaeffin-ass.
Moleskine, makers of the notebook preferred by writers (and posers like me) everywhere, held a group exhibition entitled “Detour.” An artist named Nendo created the notebook above, which stands out from much of the rest of the crowd because it’s not simply a drawing. I included a couple of other examples in the gallery below so that you can judge for yourself. [ Continue Reading ]
Alright, so I’m not a huge fan of Lisa Shahno’s latest design collection. I would never wear something like this, but that isn’t always a criteria by which to judge fashion, because there are pieces of clothing that I would never wear in real life and still love, however unpractical they may be. Although, aesthetically this might not be my cup of tea (one of the models looks like she belongs in a futuristic Korean horror movie, which actually, I kind of like), I have to give credit where credit is due, because the design concept behind these pieces is in fact quite interesting.
Looking for a unique holiday gift that is sure to be memorable? Look no further. The picture you see above may look to you like a greasy fold of uncooked bacon strips, but that my friends, is actually a wallet. Yes, Fred Flare an online store which recently opened a location in Greenpoint, Brooklyn is certainly a must on my list of places to stop by this holiday season. [ Continue Reading ]
Rasmus Mogensen, born 1974 in Copenhagen. Rasmus is a Danish photographer, primarily known for his beauty and fashion photography. He is the grandson of Danish furniture designer Børge Mogensen. Mogensen had his first independent photo exhibition at age 17 at the Gallery Photografica in Copenhagen. He began his career as a professional photographer working as a photo assistant in Copenhagen and New York, and is now based in Paris.
GQ in the UK interviewed Katie Eary’s as part of a London Fashion Week special. Any number of fashion bloggers are raving about her work. This one thinks she’s the bee’s knees, though doesn’t really give a reason why. Dan the Scout is not only a big fan, he’s also much more clear about what he sees in the collection.