WINNER 2014 and 2017 GOLDEN WEB

WINNER 2014 and 2017 GOLDEN WEB

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Misha Gordon
conceptual photography

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Kathmandu, Nepal

untitled #2
hugo fernandes
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Wallpaper Video 2010 Talent Search

So pleased were we with the success of the 2009 Wallpaper* video talent search that we are once again throwing down the gauntlet to filmmakers who fancy seeing the fruits of their labour live on Whether you are a seasoned professional or talented amateur, if you have a story to tell and the skills to get involved, be it as a director, cameraman, producer or editor, we want to hear from you.
Intelligent and provocative filmmaking from across the globe is what we’re after. This year’s winners set the bar high with smart, finely crafted shorts of varied subject matter with a truly international flavour - from the renowned Highline park project in New York to a graduate degree show in Jaipur.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to make a Wallpaper* film, get in touch at, and we’ll send you more details.

Hanoi, Vietnam

Olivier Valsecchi
Try State Magazine Issue Two Contibutor 

The following are Olivier's "DUST" images.  Delightfully graceful, perfectly executed, Olivier is a master photographer who creates unbelievable images.

 Toys R Us by Gerry Visco

It’s been said that it would take an open bar to get me into one of those slick new health clubs, and that was no freakin’ joke.
It wasn’t just the V&Ts that brought me to David Barton’s new Astor Place gym, it was the health honcho’s eighth annual Toy Drive, which collects thousands of toys for needy kids.
Guests were welcomed by co-hosts including Barton and his wife, party diva Susanne Bartsch, fashion designers Marc Jacobs and Narciso Rodriguez, hotelier Ian Schrager, photographer Patrick Mc- Mullan and chef Art Smith. I never saw actress Susan Sarandon, one of the listed hosts, but she was no doubt busy, due to her recent break up with Tim Robbins.
Glittering guests included Olympic medalist Jason Rogers, hair stylist Stephen Knoll and plastic fantastic Amanda Lepore, who was gracious and ready to pose in her see-through black number. Scattered among the treadmills and Stairmasters were performance artists decked out in toy-like costumes. Lavinia Co-op wore an outfit made entirely of toys, Sequinette was a lush Christmas tree, Muffinhead was a snowflake clown and Vanity Society was colored in Crayola hues. Sugarplums were dancing in my head—or was it the nutcracker dancers onstage: Bartsch with a big candy apple stuck on her head, Richie Rich, Dirty Martini and Julie Atlas Muz.
“Look at Gerry Visco, she’s drunk,” sniggered hunky club kid Kyle Brincefield. How dare he! I’d only had one drink since I spilled the first one. No doubt I seemed hazy due to the sparkles in the air and the toy-laden elves scampering about. This was the kind of workout I could get used to.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

orgasm over this




Thomas Dozol at Envoy
January 7 - February 14

this looks like one of the most exciting and promising shows coming up in 2010

san diego

Thomas Evans by Walt Cessna