Monthly Archives: May 2014

Fashion editorials, a high standard selection juuuust for ya!

When was last time I showed you magical editorial spreads? Too long? Long enough for me to gather exceptional material for you to escape reality along with me, the time of a screen print. Take my hand, I take you … Continue reading

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What All Of This Is About

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Photo by Todd Hatakeyama I generally try to stay away from talking about details of my life on my blog.  Instead, I try to focus on analyzing different editorials, fashion films and putting moodboards and…

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A photo book about nightmares, knights and hell? Or is it just about a race…

Whenever you travel to Hamburg, Deichtorhalle is a must for you photo lover. They have one of my favorite museum dedicated to photography there and their photo book shop is my pit stop. I tend to order most of my … Continue reading

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How many good reasons to go to see Viviane Sassen’s work in Frankfurt?

How many good reasons to go to see Viviane Sassen’s work in Frankfurt? 1. She’s a genius Whatever she touches turns to gold. I got to realise this with her personal series PARASOMNIA. She, like no other, turns human matter … Continue reading

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KARMA (Oscar Monzon) is like a shiny handcrafted razor blade you feel like swallowing

At an age where the world is being pictured in its entirety, from photos of our streets through the google street view eye to Belfies for a better look inside the mind of our beloved teens, there’s almost nothing you … Continue reading

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