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WORSHIPPING THE VOID

WORSHIPPING THE VOID

A photographic essay about modern forms of faith. Is crowd’s massive participation to events a significant indicator of shared ideals, passions and interests, or is it the outcome of some sort of social manipulation? While people worship the void, churces and temples remain empty. Materialism leaves little space to human body’s biggest organ: the soul. 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 »

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 »

THE PAGE IS ALIVE.

THE PAGE IS ALIVE.

What happens when you realize your life is going nowhere, while days pile up like shallow pages? What happens when you end up being trapped into their glassy, glossy surface?  While you think about an answer, we are going to tell you a story about a brave spirit who – in search of adventure – ... Read More »

PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOGRAPHED N°8

PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOGRAPHED N°8

Caught into the Binding Underpaper Breath Janus’ Daughter Blood Rose Into Thin Hair Princess of Coincidence Behind My Back You Know Me So Well High Noon Self Confession My Past is Blank You, Bitch! Type Setter Paper doesn’t come from a tree. It is a tree, or at least it was, before being crushed into ... Read More »

A QUEEN’S LIFE  (photography, photographed)

A QUEEN’S LIFE (photography, photographed)

The Queen. I hope Kouka Denis is going to forgive me for what I’ve done. She has been the most beautiful and revered mannequin of her time. Yves Saint Laurent who, only sixteen, was already working for Dior, chose Kouka as the body, the face and the icon to represent the french Maison. My work ... Read More »

PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOGRAPHED 3

PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOGRAPHED 3

You can still navigate on paper. The web is a surface where you skid like a pebble. Paper lets you go in depth, choosing your own pace and ruminate what you read. And if you live outdoor, paper can be handy too. Read More »

Nirrimi Hakanson

Nirrimi Hakanson

Nirrimi Hakanson is now eighteen but she started working with a camera when her classmates were still playing dolls. She took this job seriously from start, with dedication, commitment and true passion. She has received two national awards in Australia (she is from North Queensland) and one international prize. She was called, at 17, to ... Read More »

PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOGRAPHED-2

PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOGRAPHED-2

A few other examples of recycled beauty. The perimeter of this work can be stretched virtually in any direction, from logo overlapping (as in the case of the ‘Tom Ford Overlogo’ page) to tridimensional trompe l’oeil (‘Lady Bug’ or ‘Jane in the Box’). I like to experiment also with text (like in the case of ... Read More »

PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOGRAPHED

PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOGRAPHED

Fashion is too fast and way too voracious, for what I can see. Images from the best photographers appear on the glossy pages of thousands magazines for a blink of an eye – or as fast as the shutter’s speed capturing their light – and disappear. The process is frightening. It’s like setting up a ... Read More »

STACK OF VOGUE

STACK OF VOGUE

How do you build your visual culture? By accumulation or filtration? Do you  stick to the stack or you simply wander with wonder? Are you voracious and feed your heart through your eyes, or viceversa? Are you scared by the mind-numbing explosion of images, blogged and reblogged in a disorienting game of mirrors? Because I ... Read More »

HANDFACES

HANDFACES

I’m surprised by how many great photographers arre showing up lately. But just a few of them are really surprising. One of them (they are two but they work as one) is the talented couple Lamsweerde/Matadin. I think they truly make the difference, adding an original and simple idea that is memorable. Read More »

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