Monthly Archives: October 2010

Lula – THE SUBJECT I KNOW BEST

Wow, Lula is a really cool girl! 

She introduced herself quoting Nietche and Jessica Rabbit, dancing Beyonce’ and wearing Givenchy. Art lover, magazine eater and fashion addicted she couldn’t help but sharing her world through a blog. 
The INTRODUCTION interview with LULA’

 
Lula is sketched, scanned and digitally restyled. This Blog features her work titled “The Subject I know Best” consisting of a series of pictures that she describe as “Self Portraits”. In her words: it’s a “celebration of paper, glue, bindings, pages capturing images you can’t forget”. To describe herself she quotes her friend Jessica saying : “I’m not bad. I’m just drawn this way”.
And the another interview from ‘The FILEmagazine interview with LULA’

Lula has the other interviews and her personal blog, you can find here.

Now, I’ll show you her amazing, unusual sketches. She has soooo many amazing sketches, but I’ll show you some, the best!

 

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Moxy Creative House

The amazing guys over at Moxy Creative House have created these great posters, illustrating cult movies ‘Dress the Part’ or their latest ‘Framework’ collection highlighting the most iconic men’s eye-wear of the last 100 years. This series includes a compilation posters featuring 28 of the most iconic glasses from male personalities in music, film, entertainment, and politics.
‘Dress the Part’










‘Framework’






and ‘Cheers’ for the 2010 World Cup

Check all the others posters from ‘Cheers’ choose a country yourself.
Update and see their latest poster series.


Mapping Stereotypes

Really stunning and fun!
An Graphic Designer Slash Visual Artist, his name is Yanko Tsvetkov.

He works as a freelance graphic designer, illustrator and photographer with more than 10 years experience in digital image creation, editing and design services for advertising agencies, private clients and educational organizations. He is also specialized in web design (HTML and CSS). In his free time, he enjoy working on concept art projects. Currently lives in London, UK.
Have a look, there ‘Where he lives’

‘Europe According to USA’

‘Europe According to The Vatican’

‘South America According to USA’

‘Europe According to Germany’

‘Europe According to Russia’

‘Europe According to France’

‘Europe According to Poland’

‘Europe According to Italy’

‘Italy According to Posh Italians’

‘Europe According to Bulgaria’

‘Europe According to Britain’

‘Europe According to Gay Men’

So, check his website!


Gitte Lee by Tim Walker

A former model and consort of the most famous Count Dracula in film, Lady Birgit Lee has her sights firmly on the future. And along with top model Hannelore Knuts, she tackles the camera once again.
We have stopped time. And invited into a fantastic garden – in every sense of the word – two stately beauties. Lady Birgit Lee and the iconic Belgian model Hannelore Knuts did not know each other and met through Tim Walker during a shoot.
There is no story to tell, but rather a meeting, a moment suspended between nostalgia for the future and a nod to the past. Lady Lee and damsel Hannelore are sisters of style, icons of a certain idea of elegance, which is both understated and dramatic. And before the clock started going back, we asked a few questions to Lady Lee.
“Don’t waste your time: get on with it!”. Lady Birgit Lee – her friends call her Gitte, short for Brigitte – has very clear ideas on how to deal with life: things need to be done by putting all one has into them. “I realize that the worst aspect of aging is that you have less time to do all the things you have not yet done. That is, you’re running against time, knowing from the outset that it’s a lost battle”.
Lady Birgit Lee  for Vogue Italia
Photography by Tim Walker
Fashion editor – Jacob K.
Model – Hannelore Knuts
You can watch the backstage video.

The Art of the Personal Style
Once, last summer I read Ari Seth Cohen’s blog Advanced Style
I saw his post with Gitte Lee’s photos of her beautiful style.  
Gitte is one of the most charming and elegant women he’s ever met. She has a great instinct about style and how to enjoy life and she shared some of her secrets with him. 
So, enjoy the life and watch her style, she looks very stunning in her age! 

La Petite by Hedi Slimane

‘La Petite’ shot by Hedi Slimane, styled by Carine Roitfeld for her Vogue Paris October 2010.
The petite model Violette.

Karlie Kloss and Tim Walker!

Karlie Kloss and Tim Walker team up for the October issue of Vogue UK and W Magazine.

Russian Dolls

Sergei Diaghilev and his revolutionary Ballets Russes transported audiences and ushered in a radical new aesthetic. On the eve of a major exhibition, Tim Walker captures the couture collections in the company’s inuquely show-stopping style. 
Bringing a flair of drama to already stunning garments from the likes of John Galliano, Alexander McQueen and Elie Saab styled by fashion editor Kate Phelan. 
October issue of Vogue UK.

Where Troubles Melt Like Lemon Drops

Karlie Kloss and Tim Walker take on children’s fairy tales for the October edition of W Magazine
Organza and taffeta and tulle, oh my! They take haute couture of Giovanni Bedin, Armani Privé, Dior, Givenchy, Carolina Herrera, Gaultier Paris, Chanel, Valentino and Oscar de la Renta to a wonderfully wicked place.  
Styled by Jacob K.



Jeneil Williams for Another Magazine

The stylish and Jeneil chocolate skin shot by Ben Toms for F-W 2010 issue of AnOther Magazine. Very stunning, very beautiful combination of colors and outfits.

Magazine AnOther Magazine Fall/Winter 2010
Photography Ben Toms 
Styling Cathy Edwards
Model Jeneil Williams

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