04.08.13 digest – #fashion #eyecandy and #spygame for Monday’s breakfast

Good morning everyone,

Here is your daily digest delivered at your doorstep. May this coming week last as long as our new year’s resolutions!

FASHION
high noon: maud welzen by boe marion for tush #5 spring 2013
Boe Marion takes you along for a visually perfect journey where the darkness won the game a long time ago.

haute couture: zuzanna bijoch by jeff bark for vogue ukraine april 2013
Photographer Jeffrey Bark embarks you for a very surrealistic journey through castles and gardens of the mind.

spy games: marleen gaasbeek by corrie bond for marie claire australia may 2013
Splendid and fun detective game played just for the sake of fashion.
It’s a cinematic editorial we have here!

REPORTAGE
Worth having a look… The 6th issue of LPV magazine is out and you will find it here Issue 6 – Letter from the Editor
But for now you can dive into this excerpt from LPV’s blog:
Kitai Kazuo, A Photographer Who Chooses a Side
“For a photographer from Japan’s celebrated generation of the 1960s and 70s, Kitai has had a relatively subdued reception in the West, and even, to some extent, in Japan. Still, that’s beginning to change; he was included in Martin Parr’s 2011 “Protest Box,” and a book of his early photographs (“Barricade,” designed by John Gossage) was published by the American bookseller Harper’s Books in 2012. Meanwhile, a career retrospective at Tokyo’s Metropolitan Museum of Photography, which just closed in January, will only help to raise his profile at home and abroad”.

Enjoy!

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