Summer is here, finally. I’ve been taking advantage of every stray sun-ray these last few weeks and it seems Parker Fitzgerald’s models have as well. I also love the dark contrast in these shots, with the beautiful tones added by the flowery backgrounds.
Here are some fantastic shots from photographer Haley Jane Samuelson for her series The Indecisive Moment. This series has a very interesting concept, worked out in collaboration with professional dancers.
“The photographs from “An Indecisive Moment” attempt to locate the specific rhythm and buried consciousness of a particular moment in time, and work to communicate the feminine experience on the threshold of adulthood. Working with dancers from the major New York Dance Companies, the work is largely concerned with the meaning and existence of womanhood in today’s unstable, fragmented world…”
Have a look at the rest here. Haley’s work is on exhibition in the Hous Projects Gallery in NYC until the May 8th.
French illustrator Julien Pacaud not only seems to have had the coolest career-turns (as “astrophysician, an international snooker player, a hypnotist and an esperanto teacher”) but also creates the coolest collage-style illustrations.
His works portray the strangest human/intergalactic scenarios – with the greatest titles such as “Labyrinthic Love”, “The End of the World Fanclub” or “Concerto for Two Rifles and Bird”.
Beautiful portrait photography by Viktoria Nazarova.
Close-up portraits rarely lie. They are honest, full-frontal captures of someone’s face – a rather unforgiving framing of someone’s facial expression or attitude. Géraldine van Wessem predominantly focuses on her models’ faces and captures a great view into the person’s attitude or body language.
I don’t know anything about Valérie’s work process. But I love the results.
Via Feature Shoot.
Great lifestyle/fashion photography by Anastasia Izgagina from Odessa (Ukraine).