Document # 1 – Unconscious Affair
Tenmen #23 -Ten Very Nice Things
Fraulein # 2 – Handtuch
Esquire UK- Arts and Crafts
Another Magazine #4 – Face, in collaboration w/ Paul Graves
Glamour Italy #163 – Trends, in collaboration w/ Paul Graves
Tatler #25 – Persona
S Magazine #4 Fingered
Various mag editorials, all works of New York based photographer Bela Borsodi.
Step Into / Uskoči is a project that questions the relationship between architecture and fashion design, and aims at promoting serbian architects, fashion designers and photographers of the younger generation.
A series of projections is to take place across the wider area of Central Belgrade. The projected imagery is selected from various designs by young architects.
Once the projected images of spaces overlap with the spaces which they are being projected upon, a new imaginary spatial setting is created. This setting is intended to provoke a response from a fashion designer to pose his models against such a setting in a manner he/she sees it and thus they create entirely new aesthetic and conceptual relations.
Here are some of the photos. You can see rest of it here
Architect: Ivana Popovic; Fashion designer: Milan Zejak; Photographer: Marko Arsic
Architect: Nikola Andonov; Fashion designer: Sandra Lalovic; Photographer: Tina Maric
Architect: Nebojsa Stevanovic; Fashion designer: Ivana Stojanovic; Photographer: Branko Starcevic
Architect: Edin Omanovic; Fashion designer: DEERSPOTTER; Photographer: Andreja Miric
Architect: Aleksandar Ristovic; Fashion designer: Zorica Stojanovic; Photographer: Jelena Kostic
Architect: Aleksandar Hrib; Fashion Designer: Flora Goticcelli; Photographer: Andrija Rancic
Architect: Iva Cukic; Fashion designer: Aleksandra Ziravac; Photographer: Nemanja Maras
Architect: Pavle Stamenovic; Fashion designer: Ivan Ivanovic; Photographer: Jovana Cetkovic
Architect: Zarko Uzelac; Fashion designer: Monika Ratkovic; Photographer: Dejana Batalovic
Architect: Marija Mikovic; Fashion designer: Senka Kljakic; Photographer: Milica Kolaric
The aim of the project is twofold – the large, human-scale projections of building drawings enable the architects to visualise how their ideas might look once being built and even gives them a chance to take a walk through their designs while they are projected onto existing spaces. For fashion designers, this presents an opportunity to test their designs in a context other than the one they would normally envisage.
The recording of the collaborations forms an integral part of the overall idea. The photographer/video artist, with his/hers own interpretation is seen as an important contributor to the final state of the process.
Beautifully lighten pictures of Icelandic fashion photographer Saga Sig, reminiscent of legends and fairytales.London-based Saga Sig develops herself the film achieving beautiful texture and manipulating light.