Thursday, 29 March 2012
There's some scenery i'm missing There's a piece i can't undo Remember when i really blew it Wish i would've thought of you Tell the ammaring Tell a friend Tell the only one around who's going to know Just what to send It's the amma ring It's a smile Saying time to come with me son You'll be gone for quite a while Come on now Drifting's made a big impression Changed the focus changed the goal It's less and less about our reasons It's mmore about losing control Get the ammaring Get a friend Get the only one around whose going to know Just what to send It's the amma ring It's a smile Saying time to come with me son You'll be gone for quite a while Come on now There's the ammaring There you are I don't know too much about it But i know that your a star Come on now
Wednesday, 28 March 2012
Saturday, 17 March 2012
Confezioni Crosby and their clever take on female workwear. I also love the fact that in their lookbooks they haven't gone out of their way to 'sex up' an otherwise androgynous collection, (something that some brands do as they feel the pressure of showing an in-your-face type of femininity at all costs), but instead they have chosen to represent the integrity of the garments through an interesting art direction (= great styling and models!)
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Friday, 16 March 2012
Thursday, 15 March 2012
Wednesday, 14 March 2012
Monday, 12 March 2012
Most of her work was intricate and wouldn't be finished until just before the show, so they wanted me to show her working process and the pieces themselves as they developed.
Delaine first phoned me one Sunday as she was up in London with her husband Damian. They came over for a cup of tea at 2 and left at midnight and that set the tone for the rest of the project and our friendship as a whole. There was an immediate ease and understanding between us.
During the making of "Room" I stayed with them over a period of a few months. Their house is small and crammed with work. The fact that we got on and trusted each other enabled the intimacy of the images as did their sheer generosity with the way they welcomed me into their life.
Delaine is unusual in that she is quietly uninhibited and unselfconscious about her own self image and uncompromising in the way she presents herself and her work to the world. We have become great friends and are continually inspired by working together, I don't think she even notices my camera anymore.
I love working with her because she is so open, so honest and so much fun. She has worked hard and fought against many people's preconceptions to reach the point that she is at now. Her work comes from deep inside her, the 'traffic jam' in her head; it is brave, challenging, unsettling, unapologetic and urges close attention."
Delaine Le Bas by Tara Darby
Thursday, 8 March 2012
Tuesday, 6 March 2012
alex tucker and mark wagner performing. this other guy CHRISTOS FANARAS did an amazing set which reminded me of jon hassel, totally got lost in the sounds.