Monday, May 13, 2013
Friday, May 10, 2013
Bursting onto the scenes at the young age of 17, the slim and scruffy Latvia born model was first introduced to the public because of a Calvin Klein campaign.
Walking in shows for Michael Bastian, and Giorgio Armani, and featured in editorials for 7th man, Glamour, and Essential Homme, the now 22 year old model's, career is still growing strong.
With Flock of Seagulls inspired hair, Mikus has recently fallen in front of the
lens of Errikos Andreou.
Alasdair McLellan Shoots Joel Meacock for Vogue Hommes International
This editorial takes the seriousness out of fashion, and shows you how much fun dressing up can really be. Layered up with an assortment of prints and patterns stylist Panos Yiapanis shows his wacky side when dressing Joel.
Sunday, May 5, 2013
A DAPPER COLLABORATION
For the S/S 2013 issue of Dapper Magazine, photographer Johan Sandberg teams up with stylist Rossana Passalacqua to create magic.
Geometric shapes were and obvious theme of this story. Carrying the theme into the set as well was a great idea. It added a nice amount of depth to the images.
Photographer... Model... Sex Symbol... Porn Star...Narcissist... 70's Icon...
Artist Peter Berlin is recognized and remembered for many different reasons. For me, it was his sexually charged sense of style. Whether it was leather, or skin tight denim (exposing a massive bulge), or his bowl blond hair, Peter was a man that was pretty difficult to ignore. His look was an infusion of cowboy, biker, and hippie. And if you are currently trying to visualize that, you are probably seeing a hot mess. Its true.that sounds like a lot going on. And it was... But for some reason it worked on Peter. Anyone else who look down right stupid.
Born in Berlin, Peter was the great nephew of a well known photographer. It's unclear if this is where he first learned about photography, but the young man obviously had a passion for it. While in his 20's Berlin worked as photographer for a German television program capturing images of Catherine Deneuve, and Alfred Hitchcock.
Celebrity after celebrity was captured by his lens, leaving Berlin more and more unphased.
One of vanity, Berlin began taking images of himself. And people began to take notice. So much so, he found himself in the circles of Robert Mapplethorpe, Andy Warhol, and Illustrator Tom of Finland.