You can check out more of Roland Shainidze’ s work here.
It was several years ago when Irina Werning started to ask people to go back to their past and recreate a moment in time – even down to the exact body positions and facial expressions! Isn’t it so inspiring?!! I think I’ll try it!
( Images by Irina Werning )
Bergdorf Goodman Holiday Windows 2011. In the span of a one block radius you are transported into 5 completely unique worlds that draw you in through the shocking amount of details that tell each story. Each window features a specific material that depicts animals you’ll find from icebergs to the tropics.
Paris-based photographer Gregory Blake has a lot of pretty friends and his biography basically goes like this: He is 23-years-old, he is adept at shooting in all kinds of natural light, something about women, something about cinematic and sublime photos, something about us not paying enough attention in French class. Basically, Ilike Blake’s photos and think you will too. More at blake.oscarlab.com.
Oh la la, I think I have been obsessed with Paris ever since I was a petite fille, in fact I always dreamt of moving there one day…I have been to Paris many many times, I still love it and I always will but lately, its NY who’s really calling my name. So I thought it would be fun to share with you some illustrations I found on Paris vs NYC by Vahram Muratyan…How awesome and spot on are they?
An artistic collaboration with stylist Kathi Kauder and photographer Sabrina Theissen. For these mixed media collages Ashkan Honarvar used Vanitas symbols in a search for the equilibrium between life and death. The woman depicted features different animal eyes, flowers and other body parts. These collage series was published in I Love You Magazine.
( via here )
Patti Smith on her new photography exhibition. Her new album, due out next year, features Johnny Depp, of all people, on guitar. “Johnny’s a great musician,” says Smith, who in person is precise and watchful. “Patti Smith: Camera Solo” opens at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, CT, and is on view through February 19, 2012; thewadsworth.org
Palais Royale, Paris, 2006
Self-Portrait, N.Y.C., 2003
Robert’s Slippers, 2002
Virginia Woolf’s Cane 1, 2011
Workspace, N.Y.C., 2002
Cherub, Fountain, San Severino, 2005
Jackson and Jesse, 2006
Jesse in Bed
Robert Mapplethorpe Chelsea Hotel 1969, 2008
My Son Jackson Sleeping, NYC, 2007
Photos: Courtesy of the artist and The Robert Miller Gallery
( Photos via here )
We’re talking about Janet Echelman‘s massive moving net sculptures. Her colorful projects draw inspiration from ancient craft and modern technology, using machine and hand woven UV-resistant fibers and collaborating with local engineers and architects. Each sculpture physically responds to environmental forces like wind, water, and sunlight which makes them so magical and magnificent. Check out the rest of her work and their locations here.