John Brophy creates highly detailed paintings that blend artifacts from global cultures and belief systems and juxtaposes them with the overarching affects of western consumer culture. His extraordinary style combines the use of a computer as an art making tool (he designs 3-d models of his paintings as a guide first) as well as the intimacy of painting (he then completely hand paints the imagery onto panel).
Obscure Trinkets and Rare Obsessions is a new photo session by Miroir Magazine photographer, art director and curator Nina Pak for the “Surreal Issue” of the Miroir Magazine, published on 12.12.2012.
For this creative shoot with The House Gallery Boutique we planned a vampire theme, we wanted pale skin, a dark mood with elegant dramatic costumes. We had a huge cast of models and stylists for this shoot. more » “Obscure Trinkets and Rare Obsessions”
Boring Sidney Hats is a new photo set by Ric Colgan shot for Miroir Magazine “Surreal” edition, published on the November 2012. All hats are designed and created by Belle of Boring Sidney Hats and Headdresses.
Models: Ethereal Rose, Tyra the Irish Wolfhound, Jess Chantel
Hair and Makeup: LC Hair and Makeup
more » “Interview with Ric Colgan and Boring Sidney Hats”
“Cherished” is a new photoset shot by Nina Pak in the home of Jo David and Marlow Harris. Models: Josephine Silverwolf, Tamara Wolf, Rose Froze, AJ Mietus. Photographers assistant: Gene Fox. Designer: Helene Hawthorne. Hair by Kristine Hawthorne. Make-up by Nightshade Beauty.
When Kristine Hawthorne and I got together to do this shoot, we were looking for a lovely Victorian home where we could showcase her amazing period style gowns. more » “Cherished by Nina Pak”