Guido Mocafico has photographed provocative still-lifes for Numéro since its first issue, and this comprehensive three-volume publication contains all this work to date.
Author: Guido Mocafico
Category: Advertising photography
Guido Mocafico: Mocafico Numéro compiles all of Guido Mocafico's provocative still-life photography shot for Numéro to date in a lavish three-volume slipcased edition. In 1999, pioneering fashion editor and stylist Babeth Djian founded Numéro, the now famous Paris-based fashion magazine with an unmistakable aesthetic boldly combining fashion and contemporary art. Every month since the very beginning of the magazine's run, Dijan has given Mocafico (born 1962) complete freedom to shoot what he wishes for the closing pages of the magazine. An established fashion photographer and regular contributor to such publications as Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and V Magazine, Mocafico composes radical still lifes out of objects like perfume bottles, shoes, watches and jewelry for Numéro, shooting in ways that incorporate the conventions of architecture, landscape and nude photography (and make comparable work in other magazines look like uninspired product shots). These still lifes have become a calling card for the magazine, and the work produced for this experimental forum has sparked some of Mocafico's most influential series, including Medusa, Movement, Serpens and Stilleven. Luxurious yet slyly critical of contemporary vanity, Mocafico's work for Numéro continues to upend expectations for fashion magazine photography and provide a model for creative experimentation in the genre.
Numéro # 86 September 2007 Model : Hilary Rhoda Styling : George Cortina Make ... Make - up : Makky Hair : Diego Da Silva GUIDO MOCAFICO Numéro # 79 Dec.
Publisher: Edition 7L
Elisabeth Djian, who goes by the name Babeth, was fashion director of the influential French magazine Jill, and it was there that she captured, and created, the ultra-feminine look of that era. Babeth has also initiated numerous other cult moments in the world of fashion, with Vogue France, Vogue Italia, Glamour, Mixte and now Numéro. Some of the most renowned photographers, designers, makeup artists, hairstylists and models in the world began their careers working with Djian. This volume includes illustrations from those major names.
Hamilton's gallery in London represents Guido Mocafico, an Italian fashion photographer. Beyond his art works he has mainly worked making those precise ...
Author: Stephen Bull
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The study of photography has never been more important. A look at today's digital world reveals that a greater number of photographs are being taken each day than at any other moment in history. Countless photographs are disseminated instantly online and more and more photographic images are earning prominent positions—and garnering record prices—in the rarefied realm of top art galleries. Reflecting this dramatic increase in all things photographic, A Companion to Photography presents a comprehensive collection of original essays that explore a variety of key areas of current debate around the state of photography in the twenty-first century. Essays are grouped and organized in themed sections—including photographic interpretation, markets, popular photography, documents, and fine art—and provide comprehensive coverage of the subject. Representing a diversity of approaches, essays are written by both established and emerging photographers and scholars, as well as various experts in their respective areas. A Companion to Photography offers scholars and professional photographers alike an essential and up-to-date resource that brings the study of contemporary photography into clear focus.
... François Aloisi THE Hook 1996 Telephone | Telefon | Téléphone ABS plastic ... Starck Designer : Gérard Vergneau Photo : Guido Mocafico Moosk 1996 Radio ...
Author: Philippe Starck
Publisher: Taschen America Llc
"I'm trying to move towards making objects which are honest, objects for non-consumers, for "modern rebels". Look, there are already millions of excellent chairs which are very comfortable, lamps which provide light, and so on. Is it necessary to create any more? The only question is: what will it bring to the human being who is going to use it? The urgent thing today is not to create a car or a chair which is more beautiful than another; what is urgent is for us all to fight with every means at our disposal against the fact that something is becoming extinct: love." Philippe Starck is a legend. An extraordinary mix of pop star, mad inventor and romantic philosopher, he is also probably the most famous designer in the world. His work is everywhere: from the chic hotels of New York to the FF4900 mail-order house, from the private apartment of a French president to the biggest waste disposal centre in Europe, from hundreds of thousands of chairs and lamps in cafés and homes all over the globe to the toothbrush in your bathroom. Seen together it is a pulsating magma of signs and symbols, a plastic menagerie in which object and meaning collide. Now in the prime of his working life, Starck is leading the way in reconciling objects and the people. This book, made in close collaboration with Starck and containing much material from his personal archives, is the most comprehensive synthesis of his ideas and work to date. "Ich versuche, eine Bresche für auftichtige Objekte zu schlagen, Objekte für Nicht-Konsumenten, für >moderne Rebellen
Photographed by Guido Mocafico , they stand as a glamorous interpretation of ... They feature a number of jewels of the High Jewellery Collection : a ...
Author: Amanda Triossi
Since its beginnings in Rome in 1881 and throughout its years of expansion throughout the world, the Bulgari firm has been at the forefront of jewery design, launching many trends and revivals. Photographs and archival pictures trace the development of the Bulgari style.