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Paolo Roversi

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Fashion

Anna Maria Urajevskaya by Michelangelo di Battista
for Vogue Italia Nov 2007


Pierre Debusschere is a modern day conjurer who used pyrotechnics and chemistry to contrast the sharp, embellished tailoring of the Dolce & Gabbana S/S10 collection with a surreal aesthetic for the AnOther Man Outlaw Issue. He was “spinning around, clicking stills, shooting video, shooting rockets,” says fashion editor David St. John James who styled the shoot. Here we show an exclusive edit of images held back from the issue and a fashion film starring the young, talented and ethical actor Robert Sheehan. (“It was stunning gear. I was trying to pinch a few items, but I was raised honest.”) Sheehan stars in the UK TV series Misfits and upcoming films Back To Jack with Carey Mulligan and Wayfaring Strangers with Cillian Murphy. “He also had that element of an outlaw,” says St. John James, “young and full of energy with a look that is a bit dark and twitchy, but wild and beautiful at the same time.”

http://www.anothermag.com/exclusives/dolce-gabbana-spring-summer-2010

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Daniel Sannwald Book

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Piano Magic

Piano Magic is a musical collective formed in the summer of 1996 by Glen Johnson, Dominic Chennell, and Dick Rance in London, England. Their sound has been described as ambient pop, post-rock, indietronica, coldwave, dark wave and ghostrock. While the most recent releases have seen them operating with a traditional band format, they originally started their career with the intention to base their recordings around their small nucleus and whoever else would like to contribute. Glen Johnson is the only remaining band member from the original trio.
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Michel Kenna

I was seriously obsessed with his work for a while, he does the kind of photography I only dream about, shots at night, long exposure (up to 10 hours), film only!.

He uses the varying degrees of normally occurring darkness, light and contrast that night brings to create shifting moods of abstract beauty. Anyone who has been out walking alone at 3 a.m. will immediately recognize the inherent stillness and loneliness of these moments.

My personal favourite:

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