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Dulce Pinzón

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Dulce Pinzón was born in Mexico City in 1974. She studied Mass Media Communications at the Universidad de Las Americas in Puebla Mexico and Photography at Indiana University in Pennsylvania. In 1995 she moved to New York where she studied at The International Center of Photography.

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Keybag

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Keybag is a “container” built with 393 keys from computer keyboards. There is the intention to generate a shape from fragments (keys), altering their order without loosing the bond to the primitive object. This lack of order allows the singularity of each object, which becomes itself, a communication vehicle that can be configured to act as a message, encoded or not. Its shape suggests a lady’s handbag like a “pochete”.

Matt Hoyle

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I have to say Matt Hoyle’s images really jumped out of me. Very inspiring portfolio indeed. Bookmarked!

Taken from his website:

Matt Hoyle is a commercial and fine art photographer based out of New York City. Matt is known best for his portraits of rich characters and intriguing faces. His first priority in any shot is the person he is capturing. It sounds obvious but there are many photographers who are now very focused on just getting a cool, high definition look and forget about who they are shooting. Matt has a genuine interest in each individual he shoots and building a rapport with them is natural for him. He then directs them through their shoot to garner the most natural, trusting and intimate portraits — whether they are everyday people or high profile personalities.

Matt’s style is described as hyper-real because of the unique “grade” he applies to each image – similar to the post production treatment of a TVC or film. Matt seems to find the perfect balance between injecting a unique look & feel for each subject while still retaining the raw essence of their personality. It’s because of Matt’s relationship with his subjects and his visual treatment that people often describe his work as cinematic or painterly. There is a definite feel, mood or tone to each image but the person is still telling their own story.

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Colour-In Dress

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Fashion designer Berber Soepboer teamed up with graphic designer Michiel Schuurman to design these DIY dresses for the show De Ploeg in Bergeick. Links here and here.

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Melissa Haslam

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By painting exotic yet strangely familiar environments, Australian artist Melissa Haslam offers an escape to a romanticized, whimsical and yet slightly dark interpretation of the world. With an emphasis on narrative theme, her paintings are populated by beautiful, forlorn and mischievous women in fairytale-like scenarios. Combining intricate plant life and figures in often haunting landscapes, Melissa draws influence from vintage illustration, botanical art, Victorian painting, and contemporary fashion photography.

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Louis Campos

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Check out the photography of Louis Campos, a photographer based in New Jersey. Louis is a good friend of mine and his amazing. He is certainly an artist to keep your eye on in the coming years and I’m not just saying that because I know him. Hahaha.

Hobo

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Love this. Seen at I want my Hobo. That’s all. See you all back here on Monday. Have a good one!

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Where The Wild Things Are

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Opening October 16, the Spike Jonze directed adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s classic book Where The Wild Things Are features Catherine Keener, Max Records, Mark Ruffalo, Lauren Ambrose, James Gandolfini, Catherine O’Hara and Forest Whitaker. I’ve actually never had this read to me, or even read it myself. I know it’s a classic so I hope the movie does it justice.

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Subdivision of a Cube

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Subdivision of a cube. Inspired by Ernst Haeckel’s ‘Kunstformen der Natur’. Generated using processing by Michael Hansmeyer, architect and programmer. Enjoy!

Michael Hughes

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The amazing photographs that show the world’s most famous landmarks replaced by cheap souvenirs by Michael Hughes. Link here.