Editorial

January 15, 2014

FAHRENHEIT 451

Last week we shared the work of River Roni from issue one of  The Quarterly  This week we’re sharing the epic that was Fahrenheit 451 created by the dream team that is Marc Pritchard, Charli Avery, Rosie Williams and Sven Bayerbach.

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January 9, 2014

Blossom

“Blossom” by photographer Aleksandra Kingo is the kind of shoot more people should be sharing in January with us. A shoot that’ll help chase away the January blues. We adore Aleksandra’s embracing of colour and the way she has managed to produce a stunningly beautifully minimalist shoot, filled is wonderfully complex layers of style and thought.

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December 9, 2013

marinoxayaka

marinoXayaka is an editorial by photographer Shuji Kobayashi exploring and capturing the intimate relationship that is had between the photographer and model. It’s an editorial that uses natural light to add an extra layer and texture to each image. Making the audience feel like voyeurs, catching glimpses of a singular moment without fully seeing the whole scene, the light and reflections obscuring your view.. which keeps driving you onwards hoping to build a complete picture in your mind.

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December 4, 2013

She Gods

She Gods is the kind of creative piece that makes you stop, drop your jaw in awe and weep in terror at the epicness of it all. Karen McDougall and co have thrown down the gauntlet with an inspired project celebrating the She Gods of old.. one that’ll make you bow down and beg for more..

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November 14, 2013

International Culture Club

International Culture Club by the infamous wierdo that is Big Bad Llama is a shoot that’s filled to the brim with life, colour and friendships. Set against the backdrop of a shitty fun fair on the Irish coast, it’s loud, brash, vibrant and a shit load of fun.

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November 13, 2013

Laurel Leaves

Erin Elizabeth Kelly is a photographer who’s been on our radar for a while now.. Her shit is sassy, always filled with raw sexual energy, the kind that leaves you feeling solid or a little bit damp. So when she dropped “Laurel Leaves” in to our laps, we were going to sit up and take notice.

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