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Maurizio Cattelan spoke to TIME about the pictures he made with Pierpaolo Ferrari for New York Magazine’s spring fashion issue. The following are his thoughts on each photograph.
"What you see in these pages is not advertisement, nor art. It’s TOILETPAPER: a compilation of everyday actions, captured in different styles in the moment when they deliberately deviate from normality. We applied that to fashion to make you see it in a way you don’t usually see it. And you know what they say: a new broom sweeps clean."
Read more: Maurizio Cattelan’s Bold New York Magazine Fashion Portfolio - LightBox http://lightbox.time.com/2014/02/18/maurizio-cattelan-magic-show/#ixzz2thdJCK9p
1:25 Feb 16th, 2014 | 0 notes
”If It Can Be Imagined, It Exists”: The Surreal Photography of Madame Peripetie
Sylwana Zybura is a Polish-German linguist and image maker, whose adventurous spirit and visual style do real justice to her assumed pseudonym Madame Peripetie. Her work draws inspiration from surrealism, science fiction and the work of theatre director Bob Wilson. She has worked on and produced many editorials and fashion campaigns for clients such as Topshop, Hunger Magazine and several indie fashion labels. Her book ‘Dream Sequence’ can be pre-ordered from the online shop of seltmann+söhne publishers.
4:05 Feb 7th, 2014 | 4 notes
Tim Walker, (who else?) in his story ‘Zzzz’ for the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Love Magazine.