Tiny figurines interacting with everyday objects in interesting ways (By Miniature Calendar)

Tiny figurines interacting with everyday objects in interesting ways (By Miniature Calendar)

WISH I MADE two elements as one, clever art Tiny figurines interacting with everyday objects in interesting ways (By Miniature Calendar)

“An image isn’t enough. You have to have some sort of narrative”: an interview with Isamaya Ffrench | Creative Review

"An image isn’t enough. You have to have some sort of narrative": an interview with Isamaya Ffrench

Designer and art director Leta Sobierajski has collaborated with photographer Meredith Jenks and stylist Courtney Cho to tell a sinister story within the constraints of a fashion shoot. “Our heroine enters a hotel room… after relaxing over a bath and some room service, things start to get a little strange. [She] realises that she may not be the only person staying in this room."

Designer and art director Leta Sobierajski has collaborated with photographer Meredith Jenks and stylist Courtney Cho to tell a sinister story within the constraints of a fashion shoot. “Our heroine enters a hotel room… after relaxing over a bath and some

“Restriction” — Photographer: Linda Kristiansen... - Dark Beauty

What you expect is a plain white sheet, but once you construct the outline of the body and see the blue near her hair, your attention shifts from the plain sheet to the body.

Untitled 5 - Daikichi Amano

Daikichi Amano, Untitled 5 This is not cool. I found it (hence finding some ophelia stuff) but woah! but FOR SOME REASON IT"S COOL (like it looks good).

funny headdress (bags? faces with eyes? or anything else?) by dutch stylist Bernhard Willhelm. hats made with lino and styrofoam prints parts from Aw 2013-14 collection http://www.bernhard-willhelm.com

hats made with lino and styrofoam prints parts from Aw collection by by dutch stylist Bernhard Willhelm

John Rankin

CREATIVIDAD RETRATO - Creative presentation of a portrait which creates strong visual interest - note to self: think about creative presenation of final works.

Stephen Shanabrook

Nigel Tomm crinkling of faces and then rephotographing, try with folding/tearing? Anything to warp the face, hand manipulated but then rephotographed for a nicer finish

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