ART: Beautiful Damaged Negatives by Rohn Meijer
After discovering a batch of slides in his basement that had been exposed to moisture for 15 years, Dutch photographer Rohn Meijer decided he would start taking his old fashion shoot negatives and nearly destroying them into works of art.
He takes old negatives from past shoots and places them in a caustic chemical bath for months at a time. What he pulls out are negatives forever transformed.
Bristol-based artist Camila Carlow intricately sculpts human organs from vibrant varieties of wild plants, flora, vines and berries.
The protected facade of the vegan restaurant Rayen at Lope de Vega street in Madrid has been illuminated for 4 days and nights by more than 250ml of yellow tape, painted decor items, pineapples and… a lamp. A visual game between perspective and colored volumes that gained the looks.
FASHION: UEG x 424onFairfax
Today we’re delighted to bring you an editorial shoot from concept boutique, 424onFairfax, featuring the latest from Poland based menswear brand UEG.
When he was younger, Tokujin Yoshioka wanted to bring a cloud from the skies above down to earth. His current fascination with natural processes and organic structures go to show that this desire never went away.
ART: X-Ray and Anatomical Stained Glass Windows by Wim Delvoye
In his ongoing series of Gothic works, initiated in 1999, Belgian artist, Wim Delvoye, created some very unusual stained-glass windows and sculptural works made of steel, lead, glass and actual x-rays.
FASHION: SixLee S/S 2014 x Ernesto Artillo Lookbook
Mixed media in fashion has been a huge editorial trend, especially in the last year, and it’s always great to see labels adapt these ideas into their branding.
Ever since we first heard of Richard Saja, we’ve had a hawkeye out for any other brilliant embroidery who are breathing innovation into the toil.
Siobhán Barbour is a Northern Irish embroiderer whose work consists of an ideal mixture of talent, quirk, and extraordinary expertise.
Since every human being is composed of materials that were once part of a star, photographer Molly Strohl was inspired to bring this concept to life.