Monthly Archives: February 2012

OFFICE IS OFF.

OFFICE IS OFF.

Our New Headquarters. After much thinking, we decided to leave our office on W 65th Street and move into the country. Who needs an office in Manhattan, nowadays? I mean, we are living the digital revolution and, with a laptop and a bunch of weed, anyone can work virtually anywhere. Why not choosing a cheap, ... Read More »

NOW HIRING.

NOW HIRING.

Many people may criticize us for our lack of sensitivity, but we really think to hire an object is less complicated than hiring a person. When, for instance, you offer a job to something instead of somebody, you are reassured by the fact the thing will work hard for you, without complaining or trying to ... Read More »

Photography, Photographed n°6

Photography, Photographed n°6

Scarface Big Brother’s Sister You Tubeless Multiply Myself Paper on Paper King Of The Page In your Ice This is a short selection from the 6th Essay on Photography/Photographed (the whole project includes more than 200 pictures). For  what we can say, this is only the beginning of a journey. Photography can be expanded, sliced ... Read More »

THE BIRTH OF BEAUTY

THE BIRTH OF BEAUTY

Paul Barbera is an interiors and lifestyle photographer from Melbourne, Australia, now based in New York. His work makes him live out of a suitcase (packed with cameras); while traveling around the world on various assignments, Paul started to shoot places where people create. The project, simply called “Where People Create” is an outstanding collection ... Read More »

Lola’s Glue

Lola’s Glue

Cleopatra Take Liz Taylor, for instance, and cut her face into sharp triangles starting from the tip of her nose, and place the shreds to mimic a broken centrifugal kaleidoscope so she can look like a spirit staring at you from behind the bathroom’s glass door of a space ship, and still you are far ... Read More »

PAPER SURGERY

PAPER SURGERY

You might call it a Poetic Movement for the Liberation of Photographs. But it’s something much more simple: cutouts from fashion magazines. The blade traces a surgical line around the body’s contour to free not the flesh (it’s paper, remember!) but the soul. The model rises from her printed destiny, ready to leave the page ... Read More »

THE NAKED SOUL.

THE NAKED SOUL.

Matteo Linguiti is a photographer and a professional apnea diver. The combination of this two skills let him plunge into the abyss of human nature, take pictures, and come back to surface. We met Matteo one evening in our studio. He showed us some cool stuff: fashion backstage videos, nightscapes and  HDR shots. After closing ... Read More »

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