Photographer: Jacques Lowe
Woodfin Camp

Its Official, and my Obsession…

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This is actually the 1st blog post of Iconology.  How can I sum up the site quickly?  1st of all Iconology is managed by 4 guys that have an eye for the arts, in photography, graphic design, you name it if its visual we want to know about it.  We are 1/2 of the CertifiedRANDOM team, so you can check up our bizarre/random posting on too.

At Iconology we are taking a more editorial approach to displaying artwork online.  We still will have the random blog posting but intertwined with our main focus to our collection of art images.  We are still in our infancy when it comes to features, but in the coming months you see how our vision will develop.

Above, is a current display of magazines at Colette, and yes I am obsessed with magazines, I own copy of TAR magazine (2nd on the top row, with the Julian Schnabel designed cover) which killed me on the $20 newsstand price but still worth it.  That image was snapped by Todd Selby, of (if you don’t know of his site, you definitely going have to on top of that, son.)

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-Peace it - JR

Lonely Spirits

Photographer: Ben Hasset

Magazine: Muse #16


Models(15): Georgina Stojiljkovic, Iekeliene Stange, Ali Stephens, Lakshimi Menon, Olga Sherer,Erin Heatherton, Karmen Pedaru, Constance, Eleonore, Heloise Guerin, Anne V., Kathya Shun, Naty Chabenenko, Dauk Kim, and Daine Conterato.


Photographer: Pierre Even
Model: Skye Stracke
Muse #16 < Buy This Issue

Illustrations by Minni Havas

Artist: Minni Havas
Represented by Pekka
Minni studies fashion design as well as work as a illustrator using color pencils and masking inks to create her work.
More Work @

Domestic Bliss: 3

Photographer: Steven Klein
W Magazine July 2005
Part 1 & 2


Photographer: Mikel Uribetxeberria
"Animalia project is created mixing pictures of animals I found in
internet with photographies of places I have taken. Thanks to those photographers collaborating with me on Animalia project."

Clicking on their names you could see more photographies by them:
Gorilla picture by Ricky Stern
Elephant picture by Konrad Glogowski
Rhino picture by Amy
Armadillo picture by Alan Krakauer
Wolf picture by Keith Jeffers
Elk picture by Dr. Len Radin