Happy faces flaunting their fav Xmas gifts on Instagram:
Merry Christmas everyone!
We have a solution for those who feel lonely in the holiday season, desktop strippers. We met them during our research for The Importance of being Sexy, the XXX website we designed, like a year ago. They were popping up in the right cover of your screen while browsing in adult sites. Yet, recently we ran into their larger-than-life versions that we could download and have them parade in between our photoshop layers.
Kim Kardeshian pre and post Kanye West
For the December issue, BULLETT Magazine interviewed sensational Courtney Stodden and her mother. We made the artwork illustrating the article. A year ago Courtney made the headlines with marrying Doug Hutchison at the age of 17. She is quite loud about her religious beliefs, putting an emphasis on God being her only plastic surgeon. While respecting her Christian beliefs (in glitter) we played with her teenager meets woman, playboy looks meets church aesthetics, coming together with her infamous prune lips and her fashion.
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These images are taken from ROSOSSISIA, a chapter within the blog looo.ch. The excessive research shows images referring to a certain post-soviet cultural phenomenon and trans-regional style which expresses the collective unconscious of the decomposing empire.
Golden domes and leather jackets. Carpets on the walls. Pranks of the drunk children. Concrete toys. Hysteria, tragicomedy, absurd. Serial policemen. iPhonized Tzar. Gestapo of the Russian Orthodox Church. Post-Jail-Chanson-Techno. Romance of Beer. Lo-Fi Baroque. Cat pissed slippers. Winter. Kielbasa. Socks. White on a gray. Gray in black.Teremok-supermall. Electro-balalaika.
New York-based producer and DJ Brenmar creates his bassy trademark sound by mixing up house music with R&B and hip hop, clearly drawing on his influences from growing up in Chicago during the 90s – yesterday Dazed Digital premiered his brand new track “BF/GF”, with the album artwork we designed and our online love message service, 4eva. The very talented Brenmar wanted us to hand tailor an haute fashion cover for him. We offered him a cyclopean ghetto gold-ruby diamond wrapped in a Cartier à la Pinar&Viola jewel Box. The song is now the over and over of the studio. You can download it here.
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