Tag Archives: art

Feature: Amanda Harris

Amanda Harrisson, a recent fashion print graduate from Central Saint Martins, has a unique talent for incorporating illustration into fashion.  Her final collection of hand-drawn black and white portraits of contemporary icons took over 300 hours to draw.  She stated, “I wanted to create a fully hand drawn collection, and my inspiration came from looking [...]

Find of the Week: Covered in Art

This week we feature the art of Andy Golub, who often uses the nude body as his canvas.  Photos by Arthur Eisenberg.

Interview with photographer Veronica Lounge (Finland)

1)  Tell us a little bit about yourself. I am a Fashion/Lifestyle/Still-life photographer from Russia/Finland.  I discovered photography by chance.  Back in 2008, for personal reasons, I moved to Finland, where at the end of the year I found a professional photography studies program.  And because I’ve always had talents in painting and art, I [...]

Interview with photographer Andrew Kalashnikov (Russia)

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. I am a young Russian photographer.   At age 24, I have worked with Rolling Stone magazine, fronted several advertising campaigns, collaborated with Rick Owens on his designer corner in Le Printemps department store (Paris), shot Tricky for a new album cover, and was booked for some [...]

Feature: Entropy by Valentina De’ Mathà

From its beginnings, Valentina De’ Mathà’s research has investigated the dynamic and unstable relationships between man and nature, through the perspective of mutation, inquiring into the laws of cause and effect which govern the fluctuations between these two poles and their metamorphosis. In this installation presented at the Limonaia di Villa Saroli, the artist once [...]

Roger Weiss: Human Dilatations

Artist & Photographer Roger Weiss shares his latest project, Human Dilatations. The image of women of our times has been reduced to a pattern, a combination of codes and models that lead to the woman/individual instead of the other way around. Human Dilatations does not fear the marks of frailness of the body and its [...]

Event: Entropia

Valentina De’ Mathà Entropia Limonaia di Villa Saroli, Museo d’Arte di Lugano 15 aprile –14 giugno 2013 La nuova mostra alla Limonaia di Villa Saroli è visibile, annusabile, e potremmo dire anche commestibile da lunedì 15 aprile. Valentina De’ Mathà (Avezzano, 1981) ha installato infatti nello spazio espositivo un lunghissimo fratino ottenuto con assi gialle [...]

Feature: Sergei Polunin by artist Anna Dart

Sergei Polunin. I saw him performing for the first time watching in an elegant film for Dior Homme, directed by Bruce Weber.  His dancing was so beautiful, like the music itself,  so pure like W.A. Mozart’s Lacrimosa or Paganini’s Caprice N 24, or the melody of the rain itself. When I was a young girl, [...]

Invited: Gala Nocturna, “The Pope’s Daughter”

March 30, 2013: 7th edition of Gala Nocturna This year’s theme is “The Pope’s Daughter”, a revival of Vatican Renaissance.  Join the most beautiful neo-romantic ball in the world!  This year for the 7th time, in a fantastic Baroque church in the center of Antwerp, Belgium. Wonderful acts, heavenly music, special drinks and, above all, [...]

Find of the Week: VOZ

Chilean brand, VOZ partners with the famed indigenous Mapuche weavers of Southern Chile, to hand craft baby alpaca and llama wool into a collection of contemporary dresses, coats, shawls, and ponchos.  The collection centers around the traditional hand woven patterns and designs of the Mapuche. (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of [...]

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