The 2 minute trailer for Banksy recently opened project in the centre of an unfashionable British seaside town. Dismaland Bemusement Park is a "family theme park unsuitable for children," said Banksy about is installation.
Dismaland is ” art that thrives and is shared in the online environment—art that has an “and” or a “but.” and is open until September 27.
From 11am to-11pm, until September 27, 2015 in Weston-super-Mare, England.
For more information, visit dismaland.co.uk
When recalling fashion’s golden age of the 1990s, where the names of models, designers and photographers rolled off tongues the world over, Peter Lindbergh might not be the first name to spring to mind. Yet it was at the hands of the visionary photographer that some of fashion’s most iconic moments unfolded.
His January 1990 cover for Vogue magazine (starring Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford in oversized white shirts) heralded a new decade fresh-faced stars – in turn inspiring the video for George Michael’s “Freedom,” released the same year, which crystalized the statuses of the “supers” as household names.
For today’s Director’s Cut, the photographer enlisted Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele – the Vogue fashion editor responsible for pairing Lacroix couture with a pair of Guess jeans for Lindbergh’s first Vogue cover in 1988 – for The Reunion, bringing together again Crawford, Eva Herzigova, Karen Alexander, Nadja Auermann and Patitz.
Whether shooting Helena Christiansen in the desert with a child-sized alien or suspending Linda Evangelista from a crane above Manhattan’s streets, the photographer became renowned for capturing the same faces time and time again, a relatively unheard of practice in today’s fast-paced grapple for the new It girl. The piercing stares emanating from Lindbergh’s signature black and white portraits come as a result of long-lasting relationships with his subjects, enabling him to strip them of artifice – an approach which perhaps has it roots in Lindbergh’s beginnings as a painter.
Sakol Project, a project to promote a Natural indigo dyed fabric from SSAP founder & designer home country, Thailand.
Sakol is short from Sakolnakorn, a province in Northeast of Thailand, this northern province in Thailand is best known for its indigo blue fabrics. Villagers still use centuries-old weaving and dyeing techniques that continue a long tradition of quality.
Inspired by the diversity of New York City
SSAP'S guiding principle is to redefine classic menswear with a radical aesthetic that still fits for everyday life.
Miley Cyrus was the latest guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live and she take part in the funny “I Witness News” segment. She was disguised of an Australian reporter and sent out on the streets of LA to ask people what they think about Miley Cyrus.
The French artist Charles Pétillon filled london’s 19th century Covent Garden market building with a cloud of 100,000 giant white balloons.
The work has been entitled 'Heartbeat' and will remain in Covent Garden until September 27.
“ The balloon invasions I create are metaphors. Their goal is to change the way in which we see the things we live alongside each day without really noticing them. With Heartbeat I want to represent the Market Building as the beating heart of this area – connecting its past with the present day to allow visitors to re-examine its role at the heart of London’s life. ”
Glitches are the Whitechapel trio entrancing us with their bittersweet, dark electro and self-professed organic imperial grooves. Having taken to the stage for the very first time at Glastonbury last year, they're currently working on their debut album and dropping select singles like gloriously emotional bombs. As we exhaust their discography on the office stereo we are very pleased to present the music video premiere for one of their latest singles, Organelle. Colour yourself beautiful and dance like nobody’s watching because, as Glitches sing, we’re all just organelles.
Director Holly Blakey
Producer Simone Radcliffe
Production Company Oliver's Island
Director of Photography Doug Walshe
Focus Puller Bruno Travers
Dancer Owen Ridley-DeMoncik
Editor Jemmel Matheson
Colourist Liam Hill
Grading Azimuth Post Production