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May 2, 2014 / 135 notes

UMBRA SHIFT looks amazing!

Many congrats to Lukas Peet and Alex Nelson :o)

May 2, 2014 / 118 notes

see how your face changes in different lighting!

Sparkles and Wine - Teaser (by Nacho Guzman)

Jamie Hawksworth
May 2, 2014 / 41 notes

Jamie Hawksworth

Jamie Hawksworth
May 2, 2014 / 55 notes

Jamie Hawksworth

Jamie Hawksworth
Thanks Colin!
May 2, 2014 / 233 notes

Jamie Hawksworth

Thanks Colin!

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May 1, 2014 / 58 notes
Isabel Marant
May 1, 2014 / 67 notes

Isabel Marant

Book Signing: Umbra by Viviane Sassen
ICP Store, 1133 Avenue of the Americas
Sunday, May 4, 3:30pm
Join 2011 Infinity Award recipient Viviane Sassen for a signing of her book Umbra.

Umbra delves into the world of shadows. A darkness that is seductive and deceptive. A darkness that lies in every human soul, as a still black lake with a surface flat as a mirror that can not be but shattered. Umbra is, naturally, also the story of light, from its blinding qualities to its brittle brightness. The ever conflicting pull of light and darkness kicked off the quest for imagery of what can not be contained: a world continuously in motion, the mind unable to decide which direction to take. Shadow, eventually, as a force of life, and not only the negation of light.

This project with photographs by Viviane Sassen and poems by Maria Barnas contains a booklet and 11 separate images.
Apr 29, 2014 / 34 notes

Book Signing: Umbra by Viviane Sassen
ICP Store, 1133 Avenue of the Americas
Sunday, May 4, 3:30pm
Join 2011 Infinity Award recipient Viviane Sassen for a signing of her book Umbra.

Umbra delves into the world of shadows. A darkness that is seductive and deceptive. A darkness that lies in every human soul, as a still black lake with a surface flat as a mirror that can not be but shattered. Umbra is, naturally, also the story of light, from its blinding qualities to its brittle brightness. The ever conflicting pull of light and darkness kicked off the quest for imagery of what can not be contained: a world continuously in motion, the mind unable to decide which direction to take. Shadow, eventually, as a force of life, and not only the negation of light.

This project with photographs by Viviane Sassen and poems by Maria Barnas contains a booklet and 11 separate images.

Apr 29, 2014 / 68 notes
Apr 25, 2014 / 62 notes
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Apr 25, 2014 / 52 notes
Thank you for the interview Whisper Editions

(via Whisper Editions » The Hourglass » Jennilee Marigomen)
Apr 25, 2014 / 89 notes

Thank you for the interview Whisper Editions

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Apr 25, 2014 / 224 notes
Osma Harvilahti The Finnish photographer captures vivid glimpses of far-flung cultures “not through their obvious characteristics, but by more abstract qualities such as color and pattern,” he explains. His approach has played out strikingly in travels to Burkina Faso and Ghana, and he will continue his exploration in Japan, where he’ll be shooting this summer. osmaharvilahti.tumblr.com 

(via Gallery | Emerging Fashion and Photography Talents From the Hyères Festival)
Apr 23, 2014 / 161 notes

Osma Harvilahti The Finnish photographer captures vivid glimpses of far-flung cultures “not through their obvious characteristics, but by more abstract qualities such as color and pattern,” he explains. His approach has played out strikingly in travels to Burkina Faso and Ghana, and he will continue his exploration in Japan, where he’ll be shooting this summer. osmaharvilahti.tumblr.com

(via Gallery | Emerging Fashion and Photography Talents From the Hyères Festival)

Charlotte Tanguy The French photographer also has travel built into her work: she photographed her “Poem” series in Moscow. Speaking no Russian, she maximized what she called “absence of language” to understand her surroundings. “It’s the opposite of the idea of exoticism,” she says. “It’s freeing myself from premade ideas, the idea of a place, and accessing ‘raw’ forms.” charlottetanguy.fr 

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Apr 23, 2014 / 68 notes

Charlotte Tanguy The French photographer also has travel built into her work: she photographed her “Poem” series in Moscow. Speaking no Russian, she maximized what she called “absence of language” to understand her surroundings. “It’s the opposite of the idea of exoticism,” she says. “It’s freeing myself from premade ideas, the idea of a place, and accessing ‘raw’ forms.” charlottetanguy.fr

(via Gallery | Emerging Fashion and Photography Talents From the Hyères Festival)