Tag: visual ecstasy
Fate brought them together, beauty is their vision and together their two heads make “one brain.” Parish Stapleton and Marty Lochmann – stylist and photographer duo – create stunning images together and share their knowledge and experience through Stylist Lab, where they run a series of in-depth interior styling workshops. At the core of the Lab’s philosophy is attention to detail, a focus on concept, and – importantly – belief in practical skills and hands-on experience. Here is a look into this creative hub and the pair who make it happen.
01 | Yochai Matos Light Installations. 02 | Henrique Oliveira’s Baitogogo at Palais de Tokyo, Paris [TV]. 03 | Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau. 04 | Three Dimensional Drawings by Monika Grzymala. 05 | Neon Light Installations by Massimo Uberti. 06 | Silo 468 by Lighting Design Collective // Urban Light Art Installation for City of Helsinki. 07 | Berndnaut Smilde Makes Real Clouds [TV]. 08 | LEDscape by LIKE Architects// Lisbon, Portugal.
George Clooney has got to be the ultimate silver fox. That aside, the sheer brilliance of Yayoi Kusama is enough to make me squeal with excitement. To top the whole thing off, just put Georgey-baby in an incredible Giorgio Armani suite, let Kusama go sick on him with her dots, bring in Emma Summerton to photograph the whole thing, and you’ve got yourself one epic cover shoot for W Magazine Dec 2013/ Jan 2014 issue…
I’m sure you’ll agree you don’t often see repeated content here on Yellowtrace. Right? Right-o. I’m also pretty sure you’ll agree Heidi Lerkenfeldt’s images are so freaking sweet, and you simply cannot mind I’m subjecting your eyeballs to her work one more time. It’s not difficult to see why Lerkenfeldt is a highly respected Danish photographer in demand. She is the master of composition, colour and light. Judging from these images, there’s no doubt she also gets to work with seriously talented stylists…
I spotted this dreamy fashion editorial in the current issue of Harper’s Bazaar China called “Dream of the Dress”. I love the surreal, fairytale-seque feel of these images – the clothes, the set, the hair & make up all work perfectly together to create a little parallel reality that equally appeals to both my “grown up” self and the “big kid” that’s still very much inside…
Kirsty Mitchell’s Wonderland is an superb storybook without words. “Gaia, The Birth of An End ” is the first of ten portraits to make up it’s final chapter.