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In Photography on 02/12/2015 at 0:45

This is not the first time we feature Damien Vignaux, or Elroy as he is also called, but we really like his work. Damien is a French freelance art director and photographer based in Berlin, Germany. He is involved in both motion design, DJing, web and print design, illustration and painting as well as taking photos of beauties in t-shirts. Yummy!


In Photography on 14/09/2015 at 8:19

Alison Brady is a New York-based photographer whose work is both compelling, funny and sometimes disturbing. She is inspired by ‘the faded middle-class coziness’ as well as desires and sexual compulsions. Brady exhibits nationally and internationally and her work is featured in many private and public collections such as Elton John’s collection and the West Collection.


In Photography on 11/09/2015 at 8:19

Autumn Sonnichsen is a photographer who’s originally from Los Angeles, but she now lives and works out of São Paulo and Berlin. She lables herself as the Accidental Pornographer, a title she may deserve as she shoots all kinds of girls, in different degrees of nakedness. Her work has been published in Men’s Vogue Brazil, Playboy Germany, Playboy Brazil, FHM, Maxim, Nico, Stern, Vice Magazine, Trip Magazine, TPM, ArtForum, and Men’s Health. She also exhibits in galleries and museums worldwide. Enjoy!


In Photography on 13/07/2015 at 21:08

Introducing American photographer Rodney Smith might be overkill, but if you ask him he’d say something like this: “Rodney Smith is a modest man. He can wear an ascot without appearing pretentious. He proclaims himself to be a closet optimist. He believes Modernism took a wrong turn at a wrong time. He thinks Freud saved his life. And he graduated Yale. He lives in a wooded enclave in Snedings Landing, just close enough to Manhattan to meet an editor for lunch at a moment’s notice, but far enough away to mollify his disdain for city living. He loves books. And paper. And printed matter.”


In hidden people™, Photography on 26/02/2015 at 11:27

Since her early years she felt a strong penchant for the world of fashion. Garments and images fascinated her. Eventually, Wai Lin decided to pursue a career in fashion design. Read More


In beauty, Photography on 13/06/2014 at 17:30

Los Angeles based photographer Eliot Lee Hazel might be most famous for his work with musicians like Devendra Barnhart, Morcheeba and Yeasayer (to mention a few) but the truth is that whichever of his gritty pics is enough to make a heart thump.


In Art, beauty, Emerging Artist, hidden people™, Photography on 19/02/2014 at 3:59

Lieke Romeijn photographer


In Emerging Artist, Paintings on 18/02/2014 at 3:39

Nop, these are not photographs, they are paintings. Pakayla Biehn is the artist who has created them and she uses her friends and colleagues as models. The first step in her work process is experimenting with double and sometimes triple exposure photographs which she then transfer onto the canvas and the result is beautiful photorealistic paintings as seen above. Pure love…


In Emerging Artist, Photography on 19/01/2014 at 7:30

American photographer Stephen Beadles is only 19 years old and already a true master of colour and light.


In Photography on 19/11/2013 at 6:17

Based in Lawrence, Kansas, 25-year-old photographer and video director Niel Krug has already made a great reputation for himself. His work often touches on a rough, vintage, psychedelic feel as he talently captures the simple beauty of
landscapes as well as the female form. Over the years he has collaborated with bands such as My Chemical Romance, Ratatat, Devendra Banhart, Ladytron, The Horrors and First Aid Kit among others. What you see up here though are three photographs from his series ‘Children of the Light’. Yummy!


In Accessories on 05/11/2013 at 3:00

If you are looking for head-turning accessories Suister we suggest!


In Photography on 31/08/2013 at 1:46

German Cathleen Naundorf graduated from photography studies in Munich and, after some years as a photo assistent in New York, Singapore and Paris, she started photographing for the Süddeutsche Zeitung with a fashion page of her own, as well as for Glamour and Vogue, for which she was commissioned to take pictures backstage at the Paris fashion shows. Since 2005, Naundorf has worked on her haute couture series “Un rêve de mode” focusing on six couture houses: Chanel, Dior, Gaultier, Lacroix, Elie Saab and Valentino. Thanks to her outstanding pictures, Cathleen Naundorf got the privilege to choose gowns from the couturiers’ archives for her elaborate and cinematic productions and she was also granted free choice of models, locations and hair and make-up designers.