Death is at Focus by Izima Kaoru

Photographer: Izima Kaoru


It reminds me of Eames' Power of Ten, instead the focal point are dead actresses in designer dresses.  Versus Power of Ten the camera is not in a fixed position when it zooms in.

Remember Now by Karl Lagerfeld

I really enjoyed this short film for Chanel by Karl Lagerfeld.  Even though its main intent was to showcase Chanel's upcoming line-up, I still think it keep its cinematic integrity.  I really love the simplicity of the piece, where they didn't try to hard to push issues, but instead just gave us a somewhat voyeuristic view of a moment in time, and alone that was justification by itself.  I do like the idea they were going with, try to show the dichotomy between ages.  Other then that the ending could feel a little abrupt, but it aligns with the idea of just showcasing that "moment" and worrying about the surrounding context of the story.

via ThinkContra


Silent Night by Laurie Bartley

Photographer: Laurie Bartley

Model: Colette Pechekhonova

Vogue Nippon December 2008

Call It Love by Ellen von Unwerth

Photographer: Ellen von Unwerth
Models: Caroline Trentini & Raquel Zimmermann
Actor: Nicholas Hoult
Vogue Nippon June 2010
This one is for the fans of the 1st 2 season of Skins.

Queen of Posh by Alexi Lubomirski

Photographer: Alexi Lubomirski

Victoria Beckham

Vogue Germany May 2010