Above the current issue of the Bodyfication magazine. I blogged some pictures of this series here before. (Model is Ludwig, the son of the tattoo artist Maximilian Gasolini/Inkstation, Göteborg) and again: the tattoos are painted and not real. It feels quite awkward that I have to mention this over and over but I got a lot of criticism concerning this issue.
I also discovered that one of the pictures I blogged here has been stolen by the American News Magazine “Weekly World News”. It has been hijacked without my permission or consent and is still used to illustrate a very negative article about parents illegally tattooing their kids. Neither I nor the tattoo artist nor the magazine Bodyfication has anything to do with this. Legal actions are still in progress.
I just heard from Design Werket (www.designwerket.se) about a publication in the magazine “mode”- picture above.
After not posting for a long time here some quick previews of a series I shoot with Thistel in the beginning of the year. More to come…
I have been asked to contribute to the Innocence Issue of the Area Zinc online magazine. The issue is now online- here is the link: http://www.area-zinc.com
While picking up the Orkus Magazine yesterday I discovered on the newsstand that one of the pictures I took of Jan Isaksson made it’s way into the fotosidan magasin.
The recent issue of the Russian online magazine Moloko+ is featuring some of my photographs. You can download the free issue on their website, here the link to the english version: http://moloko-plus.ru/english-version/
I just found out that the German magazine “Orkus” (www.orkus.de) is featuring Mergel Kratzer with a several page interview as well as on the cover of the this months issue. I’m happy to see they choosed my pictures for that! More info about Mergel Kratzer on their website: www.mergelkratzer.de.
Last week the fashion designer Gabriel Baradee (his label is called Shakkei) came from Vienna to meet me in Göteborg to shoot his new collection. We are old friends and go way back in time, but we haven’t seen each other in years. It was great fun to work together and talk about “the good old times”. Both the men’s and women’s collection will be shown in the next weeks in Vienna, Zurich and Berlin. You can find more info on the shakkei website- Don’t miss it if you are around!
Above some few pictures from the shooting. (Taken in the Världskulturmuseet; Makeup: Malin Karlsson; Models: Joanna S.; Christopher P. /Avenue Modeller; Alexander B. /ModelOne)
After it always takes a long time until I can show the shots of the collections, here comes the TES hats collection spring/summer 2010. Model: Angelina Kjellen; Makeup: Jennie Anderssen
Here some quick test shots I took of Angelica/Thistel the other day…