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Shop • Gallery Stock presents the illustrators Peter Grundy, David Doran, RUDE, Serge Siedlitz, and Tetsuya Toshima on GoSee – a creative mix of infographics, design, maps, typography, and fine art

24.05.2016 • 'We are now offering the work of illustrators from around the world to match your needs!' GALLERY STOCK opens its Illustration department and presents on GoSee the work of five international illustrators: PETER GRUNDY is a designer and illustrator who in 1980 redefined the genre which today is known as Infographics. Today Peter Grundy AKA Grundini, grapples with modern messiness by designing simple, shared and accessible architectures of the future. He lives and works in London.

DAVID DORAN is a freelance illustrator currently based in Falmouth, UK. He graduated from Falmouth University in 2014 with a first class degree in illustration. While still at University, he amassed an impressive client
list, including the New York Times and has now worked for international newspapers, magazines, brands, festivals, and publishers on illustrations of all shapes and sizes.

RUDE : Husband and wife team based in London, they specialize in hand-drawn illustration and text-based work. Always vibrant, playful and personal, they’ve been commissioned to create work for brands such as Top...

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Shop • The image, of an image, of an image ... Sofia Borges – The Swamp, published by Mack Books, wins the First Book Award 2016

23.05.2016 • “Reality as mud as dense as air” reads the spine of Sofia Borges’ book The Swamp, and equally, the series of photographs that she presents is as leaden as it is impenetrable. Spanning a seven-year period, it largely records Borges’ countless visits to natural history museums, zoos, aquariums and research centers, where the artifice of reality became her point of focus. For Borges, displays such as habitat dioramas serve as the ultimate form of representation, where objects have the virtuous task of representing “themselves” – a type, genre or group that is inherently bound to language through layers of history and meaning. As a motionless walrus lies in its plastic Antarctic locale and the beady eye of a fossilized bird catches your glance, what glares back at you from the depths of The Swamp is not the thing itself, but the image, of an image, of an image.

“What I seek are images, which, in their very artifice, are able to present themselves as a problem”, Borges has said. Beyond the comical absurdity of museological spectacles that spawn the living dead, The Swamp takes aim...

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Shop • Billy Sullivan – Still, Looking. Works 1969 – 2016. A portrait of the New York underground and art scene in oil (Edition Patrick Frey)

23.05.2016 • Since the early 1970s Billy Sullivan has accompanied New York’s underground, art and fashion scenes with his camera, using the resultant photographic material as templates for oil paintings, pastel drawings and elaborate multi-part slideshow installations. Sullivan shows his friends, family, lovers and muses, as well as the worlds and demimondes in which they move: clubs, ateliers, rumpled hotel rooms, and elegant beach houses. In Sullivan’s imagery, which dispenses with any chronological order, the underground scene, the cultural elite and high society are always very close together, as are surface and abyss, the lust for life and the transience of youth. This distillation of Sullivan’s photographs, paintings and drawings showcases an ongoing dialogue between camera and paintbrush that characterizes his work.

Sullivan’s pictures are intimate, sensual and minutely observed. In his latter-day paintings, moments captured by his camera forty years back look as though they’d taken place only yesterday, defying the passage of time. They are unabatedly existential in their...

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Shop • The perfect setting: Factory 35 delivers locations, backplates and HDRIs for international campaigns from India, to China and even the US – now available via Gallery Stock

18.05.2016 • “Anyone can tell you that an amazing location is just as important as an incredible subject, but the perfect setting isn’t always within reach. Enter Factory 35. The images that Factory 35 provides offer backplates and HDRIs that are created for automotive use, but whose possibilities are limited only by your imagination. These are the highest level images for use in creating the perfect context for whatever you need. Factory 35’s work is used in tandem with international campaigns from India, to China, to the United States, and whatever you’re dreaming will fit right in.
Check out Factory 35’s archive over at Gallery Stock.”

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Shop • LinkImage : The Swedish stock photo archive presents new works by photographers Ida Borg and Daniela Gyllensten on GoSee

18.05.2016 • Sweden's extensive photo archive with exclusive editorials, people & lifestyle photos, plus landscapes and a fine art archive presents the works of Ida Borg and Daniela Gyllensten, who were just recently responsible for the Instagram account of LinkImage.

“Ida Borg has a solid photographic education background from both the Photo School in Gamleby and the School of Photography in Gothenburg. In addition to contract work for clients including NK Style, ELLE, Swedish Hasbeens, just to name a few, she is also committed to her own artistic image series and has presented her work at several exhibitions. Ida has a close relationship with light and its importance for the photographic image, which gives her photography a poetic and soft touch with a very personal accent.

Daniela Gyllensten will take over our Instagram account for one week as of the beginning of May, 2016. Daniela is a young emerging photographer with a personal and soft, elegant style. The account will be taken over by one of our photographers one week per month. Follow us at LinkImage to see more images.”...

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film • 'Summer is Sport'. The filmed 2-minute ODLO S/S 2016 campaign spot - hair, make-up & grooming support from Julia KROHSE c/o CLOSE UP AGENCY

18.05.2016 • Biking, running, yoga, freeletics… ODLO is a leading and award-winning sportswear brand, which offers exceptional products for athletes of all sports categories. With the slogan 'Always One Step Ahead', ODLO was founded in 1946. Hair & make-up of the models on the 2016 campaign film presented on GoSee were done by Julia KROHSE c/o GoSee member CLOSE UP.

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Shop • Model Valerie Wetmore is the amber seductress of the Orient - the new beauty campaign for BENI DURRER Make-up photographed by Seb WINTER c/o LILA MGMT

18.05.2016 • For BENI DURRER Make-up, Seb WINTER c/o LILA MANAGEMENT photographed the newest campaign 'Amber' with model Valerie Wetmore striking a seductive pose. Art Director of the 1001 Arabian Nights setting was Esther Schwarz. The Oriental styling was handled by Eric Schmidt-Mohan, and Gerrit Henning was responsible for the hair look. The make-up was created by the Beni Durrer visagists team.

Beni Durrer describes the look as follows: 'Warm gold and bronze tones alternate with the glittering colors of precious sapphires and glowing amber. Radiant and unforgettable, like the light above the markets of Marrakesh – that is AMBER'. On the website of the native of Switzerland, who has made himself a home in Berlin now and who has his own make-up line, there is also a step-by-step tutorial on how to achieve the Amber look, plus an online shop and information about his own make-up school.

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Shop • GoSee Tip Otherworldly Lifestyle & Fashion – the avant-garde fashion & style compendium explores new trendsetters and visionaries

13.05.2016 • 'Fashion from another planet. Unwearable, subversive, radically post-human, alien.' Gestalten Publishing presents with 'Otherworldly' avant-garde garments, styling, fashion photography, and young designers who are light-years away from the mainstream. Other rules apply to the fashion of the future. Inspired by the odd, mutant, and deformed, many designers and stylists have boldly gone where no one has gone before, redefining clothing to expand the body and speculate on the evolution of identity – from wearables to the utter transfiguration of the human silhouette. Otherworldly celebrates a fashion avant-garde located in the quadrant of the galaxies futurism and fetish. The book presents designs, among others, from Alexander McQueen, Martin Margiela, Lucy McRae, Peter Popps, and Iris van Herpen. Co-Editor of the book is fashion avant-gardist Theo-Mass Lexileictous.

Otherworldly Lifestyle & Fashion (Editors: Theo-Mass Lexileictous, Sven Ehmann, Robert Klanten, 24.5 × 33 cm, full color, hardcover, 304 pages, ISBN: 978-3-89955-638-4, shop price: €45.00, Gestalten Publishing)...

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Shop • GoSee Tip : It's real street photography! Masahisa Fukase 'Hibi' - overpainted photographs of street asphalt details (Mack Publishing)

11.05.2016 • The series titled HIBI by Japanese photographers was created for the exhibition of the same name in back in 1992. Now finally, the photos of street asphalt which were later overpainted by Masahisa Fukase are getting attention again. Michael Hoppen Gallery just exhibited HIBI at the ARMORY SHOW in New York, and the unique collection of photos has been released by Mack Publishing in an illustrated book. A must-have which is sure to be sold out fast.

Fotobuch Publishing tells us how the works were made: “Hibi literally comprises a series of street photographs by renowned Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase. Each of the black and white images painstakingly attend to the road’s surface – the worn road-markings, the fading lines and arrows eroded by the city’s innumerable inhabitants, a web of fissures in the asphalt. In 1992, Fukase printed and painted the works for a solo exhibition, 'Private Scenes ‘92', held at Nikon Salon in Tokyo. He overlaid a set of bromide prints with fluid drawings in brightly coloured inks and on every image the physical presence of the artist is...

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