Photographer Adrien Toubiana lives and works in Paris. He shoots all kinds of things including still life, editorial, advertising, and even tits and ass. More inside. NSFW.
I’m always in support of affordable beauty treatments. I only wish I had thought of this myself. French photographers, Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson have solved the age-old problem of aging—just dust off an old issue of Vogue and start cutting!
Some people are saying the tape gives it away, but if you ask me, it only adds to it. It’s as if the old-school Bette Davis tape-behind-the-ears trick has met up with Photoshop and contemporary art. I bet Jocelyn Wildenstein wishes she didn’t spend so much money. But, hey, who cares, right? She’s beautiful just the way she is.
More paper surgeries after the jump.
Vancouver-based artist Cody Rocko (age 27) works in pencil, collage, and photography as well as many other materials. Rocko’s influences include Joseph Beuys, shamanism, raw material, and mundane archiving.
You can purchase a book of Cody’s photography here.
More after the jump.
Hedi Slimane is a busy boy. Not only did he just recently take over as Creative Director for Saint Laurent, he also did all the stage gear for Daft Punk’s new tour. Now, we find out he photographed real-life suburban cowboys down in L.A.
The photos appear in the new issue of HERO, the English men’s style zine. The men wear only their own clothes in the 30-page editorial.
Jump in to see a couple more (small) pics. HERO goes on sale in the UK on April 22, with the US following a few weeks later.
Kyoto born artist Teppei Kaneuji and his Teenage Fan Club dolls. They are made from plastic dolls and hot glue. They range in height, but most are about 5-6″ tall. He is represented by the Roslyn Noxley 9 Gallery in Sydney. He also does cool illustrations, like this.
Jump in for more Teenage Fan Club.