Damir Doma Archive
Croatian born Damir Doma grew up in Germany, then studied fashion in Munich and Berlin before getting the best education possible by working at Dirk Schoenberger and Raf Simons. It was his time in Antwerp where Damir learnt to apply himself in a way that combines creativity with a strong work ethic. Further progressing Damir launched his own label in 2006, and within a year Damir was showing in Paris, considered the pinnacle location to present a collection.
Correspondencia NR. 223/03/2012
Issue two of the art and literature biannual journal Correspondencia has been released, the publication printed in Buenos Aires, Argentina is made up of 80 pages of visual and written content in both Spanish and English.
Issue two sees contributions from the likes of:
Dossiers visuales: Takashi Homma & Henry Roy.
Fragmentos visuales: Henrik Grönvold, Susanna Howe, Gert Jonkers, Jeremy Liebman, Vava Ribeiro, Ana Armendariz, Ana Martinez Ramos, Alejandro Ros.
Source - Anyonegirl
Jim Mangan Interview22/03/2012
Jim Mangan is a photographer who's work evokes a freedom and unpredictability in both the subject and viewer that is quite extraordinary, never failing to take you on a journey without boundaries. A favorite of brands like Stussy and magazines such as Vice, Dazed and Confused, Nylon and the New Order - Jim has shown his major exhibitions Color’d and Winter’s Children in numerous galleries to devoted audiences. Today he speaks with our own Angela Bevan for Post New.
Selling Sex Exhibition21/03/2012
SHOWstudio present's their latest exhibition Selling Sex, opening this Thursday 22nd March from 6 to 8pm. The show examines sex, as well as presenting what a woman's version of a woman looks like - presented by a completely female group of artists, photographers, and designers. Offering a extensive range of works from both emerging and well known artists such as Marianne Maric, Stefanie Schneider, Charlotte Kingsnorth and many more.
// SHOWstudio SHOP, 1-9 Bruton place, London
Source - SHOWstudio
Baron Magazine is a new erotic publication dedicated to the core of human desire, devices, hosiery, luxury lingerie and accessories. The debut issue is set for release in April 2012 featuring Rasha Kahil, Bruce la Bruce, Blommers/Schumm & Michael Grieve.
Rafael de Cardenas Interview
Refreshingly unpredictable and consistently brilliant, Rafael de Cardanas is responsible for some of the finest interiors in the world within settings both commercial and domestic. From Calvin Klein to the World Trade Centre to his first line of furniture, de Cardanas has turned his hand to many things and has been called a true Renaissance man. We completely agree. Here, he talks to Post New.
Alex Turnbull Interview19/03/2012
The Stussy International Tribe concept and movement has throughout my career and earlier in my youth played a massive role in the way I saw street culture, and why I was so attracted to it. The concept is still very much at the heart of what I do today whether it be with my own projects or with external clients. Alex "Baby" Turnbull was an influencer before their was such a word, as one of the original members of the Stussy International Tribe, Alex has played a huge role in the history of Stussy.
Master artisan Joan Mañosa has completed a commission for Apparatu of three hundred limited edition white ceramic vases. The underlying beauty of the commission comes from the one condition that was imposed on the artisan before turning each piece; "The process needed to be wrong. Accidents were welcome."
Source - Anyonegirl
Daniel Askill Interview
The Impenetrable Medium
Defining Daniel Askill as simply a filmmaker is a huge understatement. Daniel's approach to films, whether they are commercial or more artistic projects, always manage to maintain a dreamlike state that captures you instantly. He has exhibited at the Venice Biennale, had countless solo exhibitions, created and directed his own short films, all while balancing a steady stream of corporate jobs and music videos. I caught up with Daniel recently to talk about inspirations, projects and the very familiar struggle between ‘jobs’ and artistic freedom.
Erik Parker Interview16/03/2012
Employing his own wildly inventive architecture and signature neon palate, Erik Parker creates bold, graphic compositions that riff on the traditional genres of portraiture and still-life. His visionary paintings draw their inspiration from diverse elements of American subculture—psychedelia, underground comic books, the Chicago Imagists, hip hop and heavy metal— as well as Picasso, Francis Bacon and Roy Lichtenstein.
James Oliver: Why did you become an artist?