I’ve had a clip of one of these photos on my Evernote for what seems to be ages.. and this project by HELMO certainly has done the rounds on the Internet, but I think it deserves more attention. As an ad campaign for the French Galleries Lafayettes, HELMO combined fashion photography by Laurent Croisier and animal photos by Christophe Urbain. I really enjoy the different ways one can look at each of these, especially since the red tones both mix and distinguish themselves from the blue tones.
Angela uses orphaned & unloved antique plates and transforms them into new modern portrait plates.
What better way to put a smile on someone’s face than using these humorous dishes for serving meals? I’d say the tiger head and goat head are my favorites. via The Jealous Curator
animals after the jump
There’s so much going on in Stacey’s work I don’t even know where to start looking. In this case, feeling lost in a painting is the best feeling; just when you think you’ve got the picture, something new jumps in your face and you re-evaluate the whole meaning of the piece.
That’s exactly how I react to Stacey’s work, and every time something new impacts me, my admiration for Stacey’s talent soars even higher.
more dancing colorful creatures after the jump