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April 29, 2019 | Author: webSman

Nina Pak Talks About The Future

Nina Pak www.ninapak.com
Title: Utopia
Photography and post editing by Nina Pak
Models: Chantell Holmes, Jessica Dawn, Jessica Oryall, Lidia Pamies Ruan

I don’t like to think of our future in terms of entropy, of course everything comes to an end eventually, I’d just like to see it thrive first, truly blossom into something wonderful, a tangible utopia, not just a figment of our hopeful dreams.
Although I have explored the genre of the dystopian Steampunk fashion for several editorials in the past, for this FUTURISTE theme in Miroir I wanted something with more of a flavor of optimism rather than ruin.
I grew up with the Jetsons, and then Star Trek and Star Wars, I had a different idea in my mind for what my future would be and it looks nothing like what we’ve got.
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April 27, 2019 | Author: webSman

Roxanna Walitzki: “In der Fremde” by Robert Schumann

A long way from home, mezzo-soprano Roxanna Walitzki performs a haunting rendition of Schumann’s art-song “In der Fremde (In a Foreign Land).” A sense of slipping into oblivion permeates the song as well as the space.

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April 8, 2019 | Author: webSman

Interview with the Designer Marita Mamuchashvili

Q: Tell us about your designs and what inspired you to produce imagery that has a futuristic edge to it.

A: My collection “Cryptogram” is inspired by Georgian unique script, which is one of the world’s writing systems, as well as the old hidden letters and symbols. This is the formation of these characters in the costumes created by me. more » “Interview with the Designer Marita Mamuchashvili”

April 6, 2019 | Author: webSman

Nina Pak attends the Spring Session of Vancouver Fashion Week

March 11, 2019 | Author: webSman

Interview with the Artist Giorgio Finamore

Interview by Costanza Tagliaferri

Giorgio Finamore was born in Mestre, a small town nearby Venice in between its marvellous architecture and the cold darkness of an industrial area called Marghera. Growing up within this contradictory atmosphere, Giorgio explores the intricate relationship between body and machine; human and technology; reality and digital realm. Inspired by HR Giger, Gothic and science fiction, the artist combines diverse influences to explore multiple media and diverse content creating his own artistic world. The lens of technology becomes the point of contact between reality and imagination, creating futuristic characters belonging to parallel universes in between past and future; human and technology. more » “Interview with the Artist Giorgio Finamore”