Mel Odom: Superstars and Playboy Bunnies

Mel Odom is famous for his art deco paintings, fashion and erotic illustrations and his Hollywood glamour style fashion doll Gene Marshal. His original aesthetic, impeccable draftsmanship and passion for dolls makes him one of the most prominent gay artists today.  He developed very recognisable style which is very influential in the world of fashion illustration. After he completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts in Fashion Illustration from Virginia […]

Femme Fatale: Dressed to Kill

Txema Yeste’s editorial for Tush magazine (Fall 2011) captures vintage Hollywood glamour with the model Natasa Vojnovic dressed up in masculine chic. Daring and original styling of Bernard Buscato resonates to the Txema Yeste’s theme of “Homme Fatale” and presents Natasa Vojnovic  as a macho girl “dressed to kill” but with lipstick, long hair and a flower in her hand.   Natasa is looking stunning wearing menswear inspired from Philip Lim, Salvatore Ferragamo, […]

Sally Mann: Philosophy of Everyday Life

Celebrated photographer Sally Mann named “America’s best photographer” by Time magazine in 2001 has unique and attractive style much loved worldwide today even though it caused much controversy back in the days. She is best known for nude pictures of her children and husband and captivating landscapes of American south. Sally Mann, living and working in Lexington, Virginia, is a Guggenheim fellow, and a triple winner of the National Endowment […]

Leonora Carrington: Surrealism

Leonora Carrington’s surrealistic paintings discover the darkly mysterious dream world of Freudian symbolism and Celtic mythology. She has developed her own unique style being one of the members of Surrealist movement and was celebrated as one of the biggest British artists in Mexico where she lived after the Second World War.   Her life is as strange and surrealistic as her art. Being eccentric and impulsive by nature, she was […]

Freja Beha Erichsen: Vogue Paris

Shockingly eerie and beautiful editorial Néo Belphégor  published in September 2010 issue of Vogue Paris revives the story of the phantom of Louvre with famous Danish model Freja Beha Erichsen in the main role. The editorial is photographed by Mikael Jansson and styed by Anastasia Barbieri with hair by Marc Lopez, makeup by Hannah Murray and set design by Jean-Hughes de Chatillon. Freja Beha is looking sinister all dolled up […]