Full disclosure, Picasso is nowhere near being my kind of thing. Eugenio Recuenco on the other hand is totally my up my alley and that’s a poorly guarded secret given … Read more
Tying all sorts of loose ends dangling here and there, all those random pics and editorial bits I found in my meanderings that I can tell are inspired by art. … Read more
Posted in Art2Life, Photography | Tagged Andrea Giacobbe, Annie Leibovitz, Botticelli, Bruno Dayan, Camilla Akrans, Dior, Ellen von Unwerth, Eugenio Recuenco, Fragonard, Gabrielle d'Estrées, Ingres, Inspiration, Jean François Campos, John Singer Sargent, Kattaca, Leonardo da Vinci, Lily Cole, Magritte, Mark Ryden, Nick Knight, Ray Caesar, Rodney Smith, Steven Meisel, Tamara Lempicka | 3 Responses
Fresh off all the hullabaloo over the golden guy, here are some other special effects with a golden tint.
I’d put my eyes on this commercial a while back, but … Read more
The butterfly effect is a metaphor that deals with the concept of sensitive dependence on initial conditions in chaos theory; namely that small differences in the initial condition of a … Read more
Posted in Photography | Tagged Bruno Dayan, Butterfly, Cecil Beaton, Craig McDean, David LaChapelle, Drew Barrymore, Eugenio Recuenco, Irving Penn, Mario Sorrenti, Mark Seliger, Michael Thompson, Miles Aldrige, Mood Board, Pierre & Gilles, Retro, Ruven Afanador, Solve Sundsbo, Steven Meisel, Tim Walker, Uma Thurman, Wendy Bevan | 9 Responses
Wishing you all a Happy Valentine and sharing a love dovey tale inspired by silent movie star Buster Keaton, brought to you by Eugenio Recuenco and Vogue Novias.