after seeing the recent tim walker images on mechanical dolls for italian vogue, i decided that one of my many costumes for halloween this year would be a wind up doll. while perusing online for some inspiration, i came across these pretty amazing images on body pixel of severed dolls by yotsuya simon.
here is a shoot i cast and produced for the current issue of bloom magazine. photography by marie taillefer & art direction/stylism by shane powers. see the rest of the story here.
ink and blood.
broken bits daily.
tim walker always has a way of getting me all wound up. check out his latest project for the october issue of vogue italia
because we all need a pair of $698 john varvatos boots in our lives. fortunately for me these are sold out.
slicing the lens.
whenever i see the work of paolo roversi, i feel as though i am looking through a peep hole into a world of dark fantasy. this specific story was shot for vogue italia in the september 2011 issue. i feel like storing his work in a wooden box marked with symbols and lined with crushed velvet only to be viewed under the faint glow of the moon.
the horned elk the crow the saber tooth a few of the things i need in my life from oak.
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