Oscar Wilde once said “One should either be a work of art, or wear a work of art.”
Being a living work of art could prove itself to be quite … Read more
One finds inspiration where one can!
While I’ve covered how fashion photographs can inspire modern days artists, sometimes many other things populate an artist’s mind and can be reused … Read more
Over time, I’ve mentioned quite a few cases of editorials, advertisements and whatnot taking its lead from works of art, but sometimes the opposite situation also occurs, and I’m … Read more
Posted in Art2Life, Photography | Tagged Cecil Beaton, Chuck Sperry, Devon Aoki, Edith LeBeau, Flounder, Gemma Ward, Inspiration, Javier Vallhonrat, Mario Sorrenti, Mario Testino, Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, Mostly Wanted, Natalia Vodianova, Nick Knight, Steven Meisel, Tim Walker, Tin | 22 Responses
And now for something completely different…
“Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it … Read more
Bear with me, I’m on a roll here, so I’m just flooding the gates with all these art to life related posts!
I suppose I could have broken this … 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
Another case of art seriously inspiring fashion. A somewhat old campaign, from 1999 for Yves Saint Laurent, shot by Mario Sorrenti, it sticks closely to some great classical paintings to … Read more
Posted in Advertising, Art2Life | Tagged Fragonard, Gabrielle d'Estrées, Georges de la Tour, Ingres, Inspiration, Kate Moss, Leonardo da Vinci, Manet, Mario Sorrenti, The Three Graces, Yves Saint Laurent | 2 Responses