Lithuanian born – Aleksandra Kingo – is a London-based photographer specialised in fashion and still life photography. She’s concentrating on conceptual narratives, set design and art direction. Her work is feminine, a bit awkward and full of irony – creating any kind of world through her medium.
Most of her work is based around people and their identities and she gains a lot inspiration from everyday life stories as well as popular culture.
“Is fashion art?” The answer to that question has been a topic of debate for nearly two centuries.
The dutch duo Viktor & Rolf put on a runway show/exhibition to present their Fall 2015 couture collection — drawing inspiration from all sides – literally.
We think they successfully proved their point, since all these exquisite looks should be hanging in a museum!
The Bucharest-based graphic artist and creative director Ghica Popa, continues with the sneakers series interpreted in his distinctive style – easily recognized by the mixture of robots, industrial rivets, square space vehicles and strange characters.
Included are recent pairs like the Adidas Stan Smith, Adidas Equipment, Adidas Superstar, Nike MAG, Nike Air Max 1 & 95 OG, the Air Max 90 Infrared and Air Max 180 x size?.
Currently based in Melbourne, Jake Stollery’s work intersects the lines between fashion, art and technology. The artist portfolio encompasses fashion, projection installations, street art, virtual environments, jewelry design and exhibitions.
“MERGE” is a 5 piece narrative forecasting the future, a time of the technological singularity – discarding our physical, organic form & existing purely as a digital self.
“As visitors move through the passageway, they observe the fluctuating effect of light and reflections created by the colour-effect acrylic and acrylic mirrors. On one side, the tunnel’s triangular panels seem completely black; from the other end, a multicoloured spectrum shines through, changing as the viewers walks by.” said Olafur Eliasson.