Posts Tagged ‘ 80’s ’

Stylist – 80’s


Sandrine Dulermo & Michael Labica are London based fashion & beauty photographers. The SM duo favours the phantasms which a camera can summon under full light, or in shadows. For about ten years, they have been experimenting to reach  a certain perspective, to show a deep appreciation and concern for what is or could be beautiful. Even more, they strive to make each feeling palpable. Some artists keep placing their trust in them, even though the SM duo fancies changing the looks, using not-so-natural expressions… Avoiding mundane positions in the middle of setting deliberately made wobbly.

We All Want to be Young


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They are on the top of the influence pyramid. Their new languages and behaviors are inspirational to people that are both younger and older than them. But the incredible power of today’s youth is directly related to those who came before them.

Wildfox Resort 2012/13 – “Granny’s Closet”


Wildfox has recently unveiled its latest Resort 2012/13 campaign inspired by our granny’s timeless style. The photos look old-fashioned and cute showcasing 60s and 80s combination outfits. The two models in the photos are Mila De Witt and Nyasha Matanhodze, lensed by Mark Hunter.

This collection is a tribute to granny and her perfectly mismatched style, her love of cats, jewels, travels and gardening, her hair that she never cuts, the old mansion she bought in the 90’s with the last of her savings, her big glasses she always wears to brunch, and that grandma spirit we all know and adore. – Kimberly Gordon of Wildfox.

80’s Albums vs. Super Hero Posters.


With the death of Whitney Houston still on people’s minds, lots of folks have been blasting 80’s music of all types from their speakers.  But I found an entirely different type of salute to the 80’s with super hero’s being displayed in popular 80’s images.  Check the method.

A Pimp With Two Paddles And Some PVC Pipes.


I tend to get thrown some crazy videos when I’m working with my staff on blog posts, but I rarely bounce them onto the blog simply because I don’t really relate to it, or its honestly just not that good.  The video below however is falls into neither of those categories.  With all the research I’ve done, I still can’t find this kid’s name for the life of me, but he deserves a medal, or record deal, or a blowjob from every girl that was in the room while he pulled off this performance.  Said genius below starts off playing a tune on a cleverly constructed (yet simplistic) PVC pipe organ wit two paddles, and plays for about 6 minutes.  Now being a DJ, I know how hard it can be to transition between songs on turntables while keeping the audience interested, not making every transition the same, bridging the gap between genres, keeping the BPM’s the same, and playing songs that any given group of listeners will enjoy… all at the same time.  But I could never imagine doing that ALL with two paddles and some PVC pipe.  Check the awesomeness below… and wait till the very last song when his surprise guest jumps in and gets busy.