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“Creepy Kids” by Dina Lynnyk
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Fashion artist from Kiev (Ukraine) Dina Lynnyk collaborated with photographer Roma Pashkovskiy to create eerie photo series appropriately named "Creepy Kids". In her collages Dina's white eyed models and their pale, static facial expressions provide surrealistic staging for fashion by likes of Balenciaga and Vivienne Westwood. In 2011 Dina Lynnyk was selected as a best young fashion designer by Harpers Bazaar Fashion Forward. More of Dina's work can be found on her Behance page. Photography: Roma Pashkovskiy Idea: Dina Lynnyk [...]
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Facial graphics in Alexander Khokhlov photos
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Russian photographer Alexander Khokhlov in collaboration with makeup artist Valeryia Kutsan created series of portraits called "Weird Beauty".  Deviating from traditional photo-shoot make-up, Valeryia painted model faces in widely recognizable symbols and trademarks. Black and white facial branding creates subconscious yet intimate narrative on the cultural realities that are shaping our everyday lives. Photos by Alexander Khokhlov [...]
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Animal: The other side of evolution by Ana Rajcevic
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Let your imagination run wild and imagine human body evolution taking a few turns in different direction. British fashion designer Ana Rajcevic created visual narrative of "natural" human form extensions, taking us together through the journey of evolutionary fantasy. Pieces are molded from fiberglass, polyester resin with the idea of acting both: as fashion accessory and stand alone installation art piece. Ana Rajcevic for her "Other Side of Evolution" in 2012 won MA Design Award, University of Arts London and the Accessories Collection of the Year at International Talent Support in Trieste, Italy. Studio photography by Fernando Lessa [...]
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Arrrgh! Monsters in Fashion at Gaite Lyrique, Paris
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Lady Gaga famously refers to her followers as “little monsters”, presumably hoping by this to encourage them to reclaim the darker elements of their psyches and feel more comfortable in themselves. [...]
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