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Vogue Japan shows us how to accessorise with greasy, gut-busting snacks.
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This is an artistic duo with their fingers on the flash and their eyes on the impossible.
Following the ethos that “ludicrous ideas should realised”, Ransom & Mitchell (aka Stacey Ransom and Jason Mitchell) are in the business of creating beautifully evocative fine art narrative, portrait and commercial photographs and motion works. Their debut solo show, ‘Smoke and Mirrors’, is currently showing at San Francisco’s Varnish Fine Art. Read the rest of this entry
Along with fellow photographers David Bailey and Brian Duffy, Terry O’Neill’s images defined the Sixties era, and the last six decades have seen him shoot every star-studded name from Churchill and Brigitte Bardot to The Rolling Stones. We talk to Terry about his upcoming Reworked exhibition at London’s Rook & Raven gallery, and what it means to truly be an icon.
Your upcoming Reworked exhibition will see a range of contemporary artists reinterpret your work. What made you decide to go for the reworked format?
Working with Rook & Raven’s eclectic mix of contemporary artists really appealed to me; I love feeling excited about what young talent can do with my images. This project has given me a real buzz. It reminds me of the sixties, because there’s no reason or plan – it’s organic, interesting and not clichéd. It’s anarchic, which is what the sixties were all about. Read the rest of this entry
My Panda Shall Fly (named after a fun day out at Alton Towers!) is the project of one Suren Seneviratne, a South London-based fine artist/producer with an ear for music and an eye for fun. His “sun-kissed Tibetan crunk” sound will be big news in 2k12!
SS: Your debut EP, Sorry It Took So Long, only dropped in April. What’s the story there?
SS: It’s a dig at ourselves [the original three MPSF members] for having never released anything in all our years of making music. When I took on the name as a solo project, I didn’t want to release anything – I never felt it was good enough. Read the rest of this entry