The nude figure enshrouded in a body cocoon is both sculptural and transformed. The Washington-based photographer E.E. McCollum discovered the body cocoon in 2011 and have used it as part of an on-going project since then.
“I love the mystery of these images, the way the material distorts our perception of the body, the layers of the images.” he added.
Portions of the Cocoon Series have been published internationally in Lenswork and Adore Noir.
Located in Madrid, Spain, the industrial eclectic home of actor Gustavo Salmerón has been designed with plenty of imagination and reclaimed materials. Gustavo had a very clear idea of what he wanted when he set out to design his home – a mix between Berlin, New York and Brazil.
Youjia Jin is a Chinese born London-based fashion designer and fashion buyer who graduated with an MA in Womenswear from the London College Of Fashion in 2014. Her graduation collection has been presented at London Fashion Week.
Her predominantly monochrome Spring/Summer 2015 collection is elegant and sophisticated.
Brussels-based photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte created this stunning project featuring an contemporary dancer displaying various expressive poses that seem to be frozen in time. He captured beautifully the dancer’s elegant movements with expressive bursts of white powder. You can see the making-of below.
As the name of the collection indicates, WOO may stand for interjection of motion, interjection of amazement, or an abbreviation coming out of english word WOOD.
WOO are more objects than toys. By combination of massive wood, luxurious surface varnish and bent veneer the Czech design and architecture studio Vrtíška Žák achieved a great dynamic effect in these three vehicles, symbolising three natural elements – water, air and ground.
The OKI-NI Spring/Summer 2015 lookbook offers a preview of what’s to come this season. Showcasing the diversity of their curated brand selection, the stripped-back editorial mixes luxurious pieces from Raf Simons, Marc Jacobs and Marni with cutting-edge menswear from Gosha Rubchinskiy, Matthew Miller and Christopher Raeburn.
Located at 60 rue de Verneuil, in the heart of Paris’ antiques quarter, Galerie Negropontes is a new kind of gallery. It is run by lifelong friends Sophie Negropontes and Hervé Langlais, whose ambition it is to revive the tradition of French Decorative Arts.
Galerie Negropontes presents “Tribute to Brâncuşi” a new collection of furniture and glass sculptures by designer Hervé Langlais and glass artists Perrin & Perrin.