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makes fantastical pictures of the real and real pictures of the fantastical.
Cherien Dabis and I went to Prospect park yesterday. A few birds were there too. A #cinemagraph was made.
Eve Tramunt and Cameron Bailey came to my studio in Brooklyn. Supposedly to work. But they found these racquets and I just couldn’t stop them. They played all day. With Callista Wilson and Gozde Eker. Make-up by Kelly Budd, hair by Paul Warren. Thank you UNIQLO. And special thanks to RonenV, who is always a precious consultant on my GIFs.
Ground? What ground?
Eve Tramunt and Cameron Bailey came to my studio in Brooklyn.With Callista Wilson and Gozde Eker. Make-up by Kelly Budd, hair by Paul Warren. Thank you H&M. And special thanks to RonenV, who is always a precious consultant on my GIFs.
Melissa Johannsen for Watch Your Time magazine, to illustrate six different kinds of watches. Styling by Giannie Couji, make-up Pascale Poma, hair Andrew Fitzsimons, casting Natalie Joos and Arianna Pradarelli assistant James Yaruzinski
I met Egyptian journalist and women’s rights activist Mona El-Tahawy a few weeks ago and listened to her story, her dreams.
Sexually assaulted by riot policemen in Egypt and left with two arms broken, she’s still intent on moving back from New York to Cairo.
It will be dangerous there, but her message doesn’t have the same power if not delivered from there.
So she fights her fears to make the world a better place for others, who live in fear.
Mona El-Tahawy is a free woman.
I shot her with a flower.
I wanted to recreate the feel of underwater photographs that I admire for their lightness. But on the ground. Without water.
Yesterday in Brooklyn. Freezing on the sidewalk. Then a ray of warm sun hits the wall behind me. I turn around and this is what I see…
(on McKibbin st at corner of Manhattan av)
with Sarah Moskowitz
Lillian Lorraine is a street artist in NYC. I saw one of her wheatpaste poster come alive and snapped it.