When it comes to the rich and famous, the average cat just won’t cut it. They prefer their pets exotic and extravagant.
Nikoline Liv Andersen is a Danish fashion designer and artist. Her unique creations are made by hand, using a range of unusual materials such as leather, wool, fur and plastic. Mixing fashion, design and visual art, Nikoline Liv Andersen’s work takes you on a journey of discovering human nature and our way of life.
“Only Angels Have Wings”
Project made in connection with nomination for Dansk Design Talent Magasinprisen, 2013, Photographer Signe Vilstrup
“The Dance of the Deaf and Dumb Eye”
Exhibition at Horsens Museum of Modern Art and Designmuseum Danmark, 2011-2012, Photographer Nicky de Silva
“Slowly Seeping Through My Hands” – Stone of Man
Exhibition at Horsens Museum of Modern Art, 2011-2012, Photographer Svend Pedersen
Photographer Signe Vilstrup, 2009
From UNKLE’s album “Where Did The Night Fall”. Video is directed by Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones.
“Experience is the best teacher of all. And for that, there are no guarantees that one will become an artist. Only the journey matters.” – Harry Callahan:
Harry Callahan, born in Detroit, Michigan, was an influential 20th century American photographer.
He photographed his wife and daughter and the streets, scenes and buildings of cities where he lived, showing a strong sense of line and form, and light and darkness. Even prior to the birth his daughter showed up in photographs of Eleanor’s pregnancy. From 1948 to 1953 Eleanor, and sometimes Barbara, were shown out in the landscape as a tiny counterpoint to large expanses of park, skyline or water.
Callahan photographed his wife over a period of fifteen years, as his prime subject.
A master of multiple exposure (many of the photographs here are layered with ghost images), Callahan was also capable of disconcerting concentration on objects that most people wouldn’t bother to call subjects – a lamppost, a flagpole, a Florentine alleyway.
Callahan was one of the few innovators of modern American photography noted as much for his work in color as for his work in black and white.