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Victoria Siemer – Geometric Reflections

Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer, aka Witchoria, creates fragmented reflections by blending geometric shapes into natural landscapes. Her beautiful photographs of peaceful mountains, lakes and forests are disrupted with shapes, mirroring the landscape in varying directions. Her more recent work titled "Human Error" is a series of manipulated computer error messages overlaid onto Polaroid pictures, combining technologies of the past and present. Stop by ...
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Richard Mosse’s The Enclave comes to London

Irish artist Richard Mosse brings his powerfully political multimedia installation, The Enclave to London's Vinyl Factory for his first solo show in the city. Originally displayed at the Irish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2013, Richard Mosse's work depicts the years of conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, through a beautifully skewed filter of bubblegum pinks and reds. Mosse happened ...
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Paloma Wool – Photograph Prints

Proudly made in Barcelona, the new-to-the-scene brand Paloma Wool has a unique and refreshing aesthetic that we absolutely adore. The collection focuses on timeless silhouettes and features limited-edition sweatshirts with prints of Paloma’s own photographs. The brand employs photography, sculpture, and video art into their work to produce carefully considered pieces and this beautifully curated lookbook. Check out the rest of the collection at palomawool.com.
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INSPIRATION | Zoey and Jasper

Happy Monday! The Stylesight Children's Team would like to get your week started right with one of our latest finds--Zoey + Jasper. Proving that dogs are man's best friend, the Tumblr highlights baby Jasper and his pup Zoey in coordinated accessories. Want more puppy love? Check out Ayasakai's instagram.
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Papier Mache recently released "A Fine Day," a clever collaboration between photographer Delphine Jouandeau and stylist Julie Vianey. Featuring some of our favorite brands like Little Paul and Joe, I Pinco Pallino, Lili Gaufrette and Kenzo, the editorial showcases key F/W 14 prints from preppy houndstooth to feisty animal to classic gingham.
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Shinola x Bruce Weber

Fashion photographer Bruce Weber teamed up with the American manufacturing brand Shinola for their new campaign. Known for their handcrafted watches, bicycles, and leather goods, Shinola wanted to capture the true essence of their Detroit-based brand. Originally a shoe polish company when it first launched in 1907, Shinola was revived in 2011 with a brand relaunch, focusing on watches. With its ...
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Mike Brodie: A Period Of Juvenile Prosperity

We just got an email from the guys over at LN-CC about the Mike Brodie photography book, released back in March 2013. Brodie captured train riders, hitch-hikers and outsiders he met while traveling across America between 2004 and 2008. The photos uncover the network of individual and unique characters he came across, befriended and hung out with during his time ...
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Interview: Eric Kvatek

Earlier this month Stylesight had the pleasure of interviewing the accomplished photographer Eric Kvatek on his stunning imagery, most notably his collaborations with Kapital, as well as his passion for denim. While fashion lookbooks are an essential part of brands seasonal marketing material, rarely (especially within denim) do they ever reach a cult status. However, the collaboration between denim connoisseurs Kapital ...
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Exhibition: Photoworks by Ruud van Empel

Fascinated with a world of innocence and unpolished dreams, Ruud van Empel’s portraits unveil a garden of Eden landscape with lush greenery and sizzling disturbing details. The exhibition, Photoworks at The Noordbrabants Museum, shows 30 works from Ruud van Empel who explores his own methodology within digital photography while playing with vivid computer colors and lavish tropical settings, creating creepy atmospheres ...
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INSPIRATION | “The Legographer”

Timed perfectly with the hit blockbuster The Lego Movie, "The Legographer," a photo series by UK-based Andrew Whyte, follows the solitary adventures of a LEGO character around the UK. Shot with an iPhone, the photos are part of a year-long project of Whyte's to take one photo a day starring the little Legographer.      
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François Halard: Architecture at the Demisch Danant Gallery

Work from renowned and internationally admired French photographer François Halard is now on show with an extensive collection of photographs at the Demisch Danant Gallery in New York. The exhibition features a broad number of photographs spanning 20 years of his career, giving the viewer a precious glance into a few of the extraordinary architectural milestones of the 20th century that have never ...
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Livid Jeans and Ole A. Ekker: Fades of Indigo Denimbook Vol. II

Norwegian-based jeans brand Livid Jeans and Norwegian photographer Ole A. Ekker collaborate once again on the second edition of their ongoing project, Denimbook. The first page of Fades of Indigo, the collaborative book between Livid Jeans founder Jens Olav Dankertsen and Norwegian photographer Ole A. Ekker states "There is great great beauty in combining crafts because they're able to bring forth what ...
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Our 5 Favorite Japanese Street Style Tumblrs

When it comes to dressing up and embracing fashion trends with dizzying youthful abandon, Japanese kids seem to take it to a competitive level in their own pattern clashing, mix-and-matching, culture jamming style. The Youth Team shares 5 of the best Japanese street style blogs from this week's Japanese Street Style Tumblrs report on Stylesight.  1. Happytimefunblog focuses on all the colorful ...
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Emily Hadden – Beautiful Mistakes

Rather than defining her work by technique or media, Emily Hadden defines it by her style and her experimentation with color, texture and composition to create these minimalist designs. The London-based designer is inspired by color, nature and accidents and turns her mistakes into beautiful abstract art in the form of posters, prints and fabric. To view more of her portfolio, go ...
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INSPIRATION | Elena Shumilova

Elena Shumilova stays close to home with her stunning photos of life on her Russian farm. Featuring her two sons and their animals, Shumilova shoots a series of heartwarming shots. The children play with their farmyard friends in a variety of scenes, appearing around the farm and outdoors. We can't get enough of the dreamy lighting, giving the pictures an ...
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