IGO Studio is deeply connected to street morals and seek to affect minds through nonsense of the result. It tries to enhance human flaws turning it into great ideas.
The series LOST AWAY stands for the moment you wanna go away, disappear and get lost.
The Balinese have an alias grace. They are both light and dark, gentle and mysterious, like two sides of an eclipsing moon.
Pictures from Mexico and Guatemala shot on a 35mm Olympus by Theresa Gross - Part. II
Pictures from Mexico and Guatemala shot on a 35mm Olympus by Theresa Gross - Part. I
Alberto Sinigaglia studied architecture at IUAV in Venice, Italy.
Arthur Groeneveld and Bamboo van Kampen - Arturo Bamboo - are partners in work and life.
Religion, politics, work and sexual diversity – themes seen through the lenses of our aesthetics. The audience is free to read our visual journey as they wish.
„Jámis Ja Háldit” (Ghosts & Spirits) is a series shot in Lapland, the largest and northernmost region of Finland.
The L.A. based label describes itself as a 70’s love child born of our deep appreciation for all things vintage and a non mass produced philosophy.
Rachel, what did you eat for breakfast?
My sister Vanessa made me a juice.
Photography Franziska Frings
Styling Denise Bodden
Hair & Make-Up Francesca Maffi
Playful, imaginative and experimental are adjectives that perfectly fit to the work of Pola Esther, a photographic artist who was originally born and raised in Lodz, Poland.
Photography Theresa Marx
Styling Tine Kozjak
Hair Danielle Carson @ Sayaka Otama
Make-Up Maki Ihara
„India has always had a strange way with her conquerors. In defeat, she beckons them in, then slowly seduces, assimilates and transforms them.”
„India shaped my mind, anchored my identity, influenced my beliefs, and made me who I am. India matters to me and I would like to matter to India.”
Liza Mandelup is a Brooklyn based photographer, studying for an MFA at the School of Visual Arts and has just released her first self-published book „Give Yourself to the Sea”.
Photographer Stefan Dotter takes us on a romantic journey through Riccardo Tisci’s world for Autumn/Winter 2015/16 in an exclusive spread for Whitelies Magazine.
With industrial music crackling somewhere in the back of his mind, on his table a rare copy of a „Coup de Grace” zine from the 1980’s, Salvatore Caputo found the mood for the selection of images on these here pages.
Jordan has a strange, haunting beauty and a sense of timelessness. Dotted with the ruins of empires once great, it is the last resort of yesterday in the world of tomorrow.