Art, Stuff

MEL ODOM – “GORGEOUS” SHOW IN NYC

You sure know Mel Odom, from his stunning illustrations that have been published on book covers and by major publishers internationally. His passion for art, illustrations, beauty and dolls, combined with a melancholy feeling make Mel one of the most unique and fascinating artists you will ever come across. If you are lucky enough to […]

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Photography

Very close really far

Jiro Konami is a Japanese genius photographer who makes fashion look intimate and intimacy look like fantasy.  His art and fashion work is baring it all and could be well described as a wild mix of to the bone portraits, bleak surroundings and surrealism. You have been born and raised in Tokyo. Do you think Tokyo […]

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Events

Exploring Queer Space

  Artists: Cristy C. Road and Luis Carle   Location: ROGUE SPACE CHELSEA 508-526 West 26 Street, room 9E-9F New York, NY. New York, NY (5 December 2016)– From December 28, 29 and 30, at The Rogue Space Chelsea  New York, NY) will be showcasing visual works by illustrator Cristy C. Road and Photographer Luis […]

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Events

Mel Odom at Georges Berges Gallery, New York

If you happen to be in New York you gotta check this one out, it will be on till October 8th: New York City’s Georges Berges Gallery announces the debut of artist Mel Odom‘s paintings in conjunction with an adjacent one-man show by Michael Carson.  Odom’s work was recently featured on DRECK magazine and consists of […]

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Art, Photography

Luis Carle

Luis Carle moved to New York from Puerto Rico in 1984 and studied photography at Parsons.  It was particularly exciting and full of experiences in which he found many outlets for his creativity as a photographer and he eventually formed relationships with both editorial and commercial clients in both New York and Puerto Rico.  Since, he […]

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Fashion, Photography

JumpfromPaper – Big City Girl

You don’t call yourself a Big City Girl until you roam the streets of New York. Internet-approved, Taipei-based sensation JumpFromPaper is back! This time with its relaunch of TRAVELER, a limited collection for the winter that was playfully shot on the streets of Big Apple. Debuted in London back in 2013, JumpFromPaper’s TRAVELER was an […]

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Photography

DAFY HAGAI.

AN INTERVIEW. What is important to you when you take a portrait? For me the most important thing is styling & location and how it connects with the personality of my model, so it looks believable in the character I want that person to portray. What color represents you? Why do you choose to photograph […]

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