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Editorial • Design meets the trend color Marsala in the SCHMUCK magazine - the cover editorial by OLGA RUBIO DALMAU

05.10.2015 • 'Design, aestheticism, gems' – that´s how Austrian SCHMUCK magazine designs itself. OLGA RUBIO DALMAU photographed the title spread 'Red Red Wine' with model Amira Osman to go perfectly with the trendy color Marsala, an earthy bordeaux-rot tone. She was supported by stylist Florian Oppitz, visagist Romina Mereu, and producer Tobias Trapp. The client was Meth Media.

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Editorial • Arnaldo Anaya-lucca c/o DEFACTO photographs Oliver Cheshire for GQ Style Russia Fall 2015

03.10.2015 • Arnaldo Anaya-lucca staged male model Oliver Cheshire for the new GQ Style Russia Fall issue. Styling was in the hands of Vadim Galaganov, GQ Style Fashion Editor & celebrity stylist at Conde Nast Russia.

Photographs were shot at London´s Fulham Palace. The manor was the property of the Bishop of London from the 11th century to 1975. It is directly adjacent to Bishop's Park and has on its grounds a museum on the history of the house as well as an extensive botanical garden.

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Editorial • 'Best of Germany' in AD mag with interior Cubes by photographer Jens BÖSENBERG c/o KARINA BEDNORZ

23.09.2015 • In the 'Best of Germany' anniversary edition of AD magazine, the photographer is represented by two of his photo spreads: One is the interior production in cooperation with Bruzkus Bartek Architekten BBAP which was already presented on GoSee, the other an 8-page Cubes still-life spread. Styling was in the hands of Kathleen ALISCH c/o BASICS.

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Editorial • Inspired by artist Judith Scott: Thomas KLEMENTSSON is on a creative mission for BOY magazine

22.09.2015 • Inspired by the artist Judith Scott, MINK MGMT. photographer Thomas KLEMENTSSON realized an experimental story for BOY magazine.

About - Judith Scott (May 1, 1943 – March 15, 2005) was an internationally renowned American fiber artist. She was a fraternal twin to Joyce Scott, and was born profoundly deaf, mute, and with Down syndrome.  She was sent to an Ohio state hospital when she was seven and remained there until her sister became her guardian 35 years later. In 1987 they started the Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland, California which employs people with developmental disabilities and splits the profits from art salescreativegrowth.org/artists/judith-scott

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