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INTERNATIONAL ARTS MAGAZINE D ISSUE NO.7

HEART

PLASTIC SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

YEAR


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Dear HEART readers, as you might have noticed already from the cover page, with this issue we celebrate our FIRST YEAR in the biz! It seems yesterday when we first came out with the Light Issue...Yet, so many steps we have taken since then! We have tried to improve the quality and to always give you an insight on young talents from around the world, together with some others already established and at the top in their fields. For the next future we have already lots of plans to broaden the ways HEART brings you Art at your home, office or wherever you are with your laptop! We just launched HEART´s BLOG, where you find (and soon you will find much more) backstage images and videos, exclusive interviews and everything we like and find inspiring... This ANNIVERSARY ISSUE comes bigger than ever and aims to bring you HEART magazine at its best! Thanks for supporting us during this year and keep on browsing our pages! I don´t bother you any longer with words and leave you at HEART´s main protagonists: amazing images... Enjoy! Davide De Visdomini (Editor in Chief)


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ARCHITECTURE

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MIAMI CALLING MARCEL WANDERS STUDIO MUTATION THROUGH LIGHT PORMENOR ARQUITECTOS

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NEW BLOOD

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STRIKE A (PLASTIC) POSE! SAYAKA GANZ

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NEW YORK BEAT TEXT BY VERONIKA BJARSCH LONDON BEAT TEXT BY DAVE CAMPBELL TOKIO BEAT TEXT BY AYANA KOBAYASHI

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HEART MAGAZINE MEETS ITALIAN FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER


12 D FEATURED ARTIST WHEN I FIRST MET ANGELO LANZA, A SEPTEMBER OF SEVERAL YEARS AGO AT A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY SCHOOL IN MILAN, I KNEW ALMOST ANYTHING OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND EVEN LESS OF FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY. A FANCY VERSACE DRESS ADMIRED IN THE VIA MONTENAPOLEONE BOUTIQUE WAS THE MAIN REASON BEHIND MY “NECESSITY” OF LEARNING HOW TO SHOOT SIMILAR ONES. AND ANGELO LOOKED LIKE THE PERFECT PERSON TO TEACH ME HOW TO DO THAT. I REMEMBER OF THIS TRENDY-DRESSED MAN, GENTLY SHOUTING TO US, HIS PUPILS, TRYING TO TELL US WHAT TO DO AND -ESPECIALLY- WHAT NOT TO DO: “DOWN WITH THAT ASS!”, “IF YOU CROP IT, CROP IT MORE!”, “USE YOUR LEGS INSTEAD OF THE ZOOM!”, “THIS SUCKS”, BEEING SOME OF THEM. I STILL REMEMBER HIM ARGUING WITH ONE MAKE-UP ARTIST WHO WANTED TO HAVE THE FINAL WORD ON ONE MODEL’S LOOK. BUT THE ATMOSPHERE WAS ALWAYS NICE, FRIENDLY, AND IT WAS THANKS TO HIS STRAIGHTFORWARDNESS THAT I WAS ABLE TO LEARN WHAT I KNOW TODAY ABOUT FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY. MANY YEARS HAVE PASSED SINCE THEN AND WHILE WORKING AT THIS ANNIVERSARY ISSUE I SOMEWHAT HAD NO DOUBTS: I WANT ANGELO, MY MENTOR, TO OPEN IT! AFTER ALL, HEART MAGAZINE WOULDN’T EXIST IF THIS MAN FROM NORTHERN ITALY WOULD HAVEN’T PASSED ME HIS PASSION FOR PHOTOGRAPHY AND INTRODUCED ME TO THE FASCINATING WORLD OF FASHION... BORN IN A SMALL TOWN IN VERONA’S COUNTRYSIDE, LANZA MOVED TO MILAN WHEN HE WAS 17 TO STUDY MEDICINE; AT THE FIFTH YEAR HE TEMPORARILY STOPPED ATTENDING THE CLASSES..AND NEVER WENT BACK: NEW INTERESTS HAD ARISED. FOR SOME YEARS HE WAS INVOLVED WITH A CULTURAL CENTER IN MILAN, ALWAYS DEVELOPING HIS LONG LASTING PASSION FOR PHOTOGRAPHY, UNTIL HE BUMPED INTO


FEATURED ARTIST D 13 THE WORLD OF FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY...THAT HE NEVER LEFT! HE HAS WORKED FOR ITALIAN AND INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINES, HIS CLIENTS INCLUDING ROY ROGERS, AERONAUTICA MILITARE AND MORE... IN MILAN HE IS REPRESENTED BY MANDALA AGENCY. TODAY, BESIDES THE ACTIVITY OF PHOTOGRAPHY, HE IS ALSO ART DIRECTOR OF A NEW FASHION MAGAZINE, ROUND, PUBLISHED IN ITALY AND FRANCE. A NEW CHALLENGE...

HEART: WHEN DID YOU APPROACH THE WORLD OF PHOTOGRAPHY FIRST? ANGELO LANZA: I NEVER APPROACHED THE WORLD OF PHOTOGRAPHY, I REALIZED THAT I ALWAYS LOVED IT AND IT’S BEEN LIKE ENTERING A WORLD I’VE ALWAYS BEEN A PART OF. I’VE ALWAYS LOVED TAKING PHOTOS AND MOST OF ALL I’VE LOVED PHOTOGRAPHY AFTER I REALIZED THAT IT WAS OF RELIEF TO MY INTROVERT AND SURLY PERSONALITY. H: DO YOU REMEMBER YOUR FIRST ASSIGNEMENT AS A PHOTOGRAPHER? HAS IT BEEN OF ANY IMPORTANCE FOR YOUR FUTURE CAREER? AL: YES, I REMEMBER...A DISASTER...I WASN’T READY   AND I REALIZED SOME AWFUL IMAGES! THE ASSIGNEMENT, MOREOVER, WASN’T EVEN EASY, TECHNICALLY SPEAKING... IN SHORT, THEY DIDN’T CALL ME ANYMORE.

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H: IN YOUR CAREER, HAVE YOU EVER HAD A MENTOR OR ANYWAY A STRONG REFERENCE? AL: YES, THERE’S BEEN THE ENCOUNTER WITH VICTOR SKREBNESKI, ON THE OCCASION OF AN EXHIBITION HE HELD IN MILAN IN 1990...IT WAS FATAL! I UNDERSTOOD HE LOVED PHOTOGRAPHY IN A PASSIONATE WAY AND I FELT HIS ENTHUSIASM AND MY PASSION AS WELL! H: YOUR FIRST CAMERA...   IC: MY FIRST CAMERA WAS A PRESENT FROM MY UNCLE WHO (WITHOUT KNOWING ANYTHING)


14 D FEATURED ARTIST BROUGHT ME A SMALL PLASTIC CAMERA FROM LONDON, SOME KIND OF PINHOLE CAMERA, SOMETHING REALLY MINIMAL... BUT I ENJOYED MYSELF TAKING PICTURES. EVERYTIME MY MOTHER GOT ME A FILM FOR TAKING PICTURES, IT WAS A JOY. I WAS 7 YEARS OLD.

ARE SURELY OTHER KIND OF WORKS! WHAT MATTERS IS “TILL WHICH POINT YOU WANT TO PUSH”... WHAT I DON’T LIKE AT ALL OF DIGITAL ARE COLORS THAT FORCE YOU TO USE PHOTOSHOP AT LEAST FOR CHROMATIC CORRECTIONS IN MY OPINION ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY.

H: HOW IMPORTANT IS THE TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT TO GET A GOOD IMAGE? AL: VICTOR TAUGHT ME THAT YOU DON’T NEED GOOD CAMERAS TO MAKE A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH, ALL YOU NEED IS AN IDEA AND A BIG HEART. I’VE NEVER BEEN A TECHNICIAN OF PHOTOGRAPHY, EVEN THOUGH FOR PROFESSIONAL REASONS I FEEL OBLIGED TO GIVE MY WORK AT ITS BEST!

H: LET’S TALK OF THE CREATIVE PROCESS.WHAT’S BEHIND YOUR WORKS?

H: OVER THE “LAST” YEARS, DIGITAL HAS DETERMINED A BIG REVOLUTION IN ALL FIELDS OF PHOTOGRAPHY:WHAT ARE, IN YOUR OPINION,THE MOST REMARKABLE IMPLICATIONS OF THAT PHENOMENON? DO YOU THINK IT HAD A POSITIVE INFLUENCE ON THE “QUALITY” OF THE IMAGES AND, ESPECIALLY, OF THE PHOTOGRAPHERS? IN OTHER WORDS, DO YOU THINK THAT DIGITAL, BESIDES A GREAT OPPORTUNITY, IS ALSO A TRAP, A DANGER FOR WHO START THIS PROFESSION? AL: IT’S JUST AN EVOLUTION. I WOULDN’T ASK MYSELF TOO MANY QUESTIONS... LIFE GOES ON AND THINGS CHANGE... WE CHANGE, PHOTOGRAPHY CHANGE, EVERYTHING CHANGES AND IT’S RIGHT LIKE THIS. PHOTOGRAPHY HAS BEEN THE SAME FOR MANY YEARS...AS TELEPHONE...AT A CERTAIN POINT THEREìS AN INVENTION THAT CHANGES EVERYTHING AND YOU REALIZE THAT NOTHING OF WHAT WAS BEFORE IS STILL VALID... IT’S NOT SO IMPORTANT IF IT HAS AFFECTED THE QUALITY OF THE IMAGES OR NOT...NOW THINGS ARE LIKE THAT. PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY IS LESS MISTERIOUS THAN BEFORE, EVERYBODY IS ABLE TO (OR CAN) TAKE A PHOTO AND IF THEY MAKE A MISTAKE THEY CAN JUST DELETE IT AND MAKE ANOTHER ONE, I THINK IT’ S RIGHT THIS WAY... H: WHAT’S YOUR POSITION REGARDING THE POSTPRODUCTION? YOU PREFER POLISHED IMAGES, OR MORE RAW?   AL: IT DEPENDS ON THE WORK YOU’RE DOING AND HOW THE FINAL RESULT IS SUPPOSED TO BE... THERE ARE WORKS MORE “LICKED” AND OTHERS THAT ARE LESS! ADVERTISING TODAY IS VERY “LICKED”, BUT THERE

AL: I CAN ONLY PARTLY ANSWER TO THIS QUESTION...A WORK ORIGINATES FROM AN IMPULSE, AN IDEA THAT YOU CAN CATCH FROM WHO’S TALKING TO YOU, FROM WHO’S IN FRONT OF YOU..AND SUDDENLY YOU REALIZE THAT YOU ALWAYS HAD THAT IDEA IN YOUR HEAD...YOU REALIZE THAT MAYBE YOU HAVE ALREADY DREAMED OF THAT PHOTOGRAPH...THAT’S ALL... H: YOU GET YOUR INSPIRATION FROM OTHER PHOTOGRAPHIC WORKS, FROM MAGAZINES OR FROM OTHER FORMSOF ART? AL: IT COMES FROM EVERY POSSIBLE STIMULATION, IT COMES FROM READING A BOOK, FROM AN EXHIBITION, GOING TO THE MALL FOR SHOPPING, WALKING AROUND... I THINK IT’S JUST A MENTAL CATEGORY, ALMOST A HABIT, TO TRANSLATE INTO IMAGES WHAT OTHERS TRANSLATE INTO WORDS OR MUSIC...NOTHING MORE! H: CAN YOU TELL US A “BEHIND THE SCENES” OF A PHOTOSHOOT THAT YOU REMEMBER FOR SOME SPECIAL REASON?   AL: WELL, I DON’T KNOW, EVERY WORK IS DIFFERENT. IT’S NEVER THE SAME THING, SO EVERY WORK HAS ITS OWN STORY, BACKSTAGE, ANECDOTE... I ONLY KNOW THAT I’VE HAD FUN IN EVERY SINGLE WORK I’VE DONE,THAT I’VE LOVED THEM ALL, ALSO THE ONES THAT MADE ME SUFFER THE MOST! H: WHAT KIND OF REALTIONSHIP YOU HAVE WITH YOUR MODELS? YOU THINK IT’S IMPORTANT TO GET TO KNOW THEM BEFORE STARTING TO SHOOT?  AL: NO,THEY ARE MEETINGS BETWEEN PROFESSIONALS, YOU SPEND TIME TOGETHER FOR WORKING AND NOT NECESSARILY YOU BECOME FRIENDS...USUALLY THE ONLY COMMON INTEREST IS TO MAKE NICE PHOTOS, I CARE ABOUT IT, THEY DO AS WELL. AFTER THAT EVERYONE TO HIS PLACE AND IF WORKING TOGETHER HAS BEEN A NICE EXPERIENCE, THEN IT CAN HAPPEN AGAIN. WITH


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THESE PAGES: TRIBUTE TO MARPESSA, IBIZA EDITORIAL MAXIM ITALIA MAGAZINE


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SOME OF THEM IT ACTUALLY HAPPENED, WITH OTHERS IT’S BEEN A ONE-TIME MEETING... H: IS THERE AN IMAGE IN YOUR PORTFOLIO THAT YOU LIKE FOR A SPECIAL REASON? A WORK THAT GAVE YOU SPECIAL SATISFACTION? AL: AS I TOLD YOU, I’VE LOVED THEM ALL...BUT AMONG THE IMAGES THAT I’VE SENT YOU THERE ARE SOME OF THE ONES THAT I’VE LOVED (AND I STILL DO) THE MOST.

AL: MANY. PENN, SKREBNESKI, BOURDIN, HINE, SIEFF, WITKIN, MAPPLETHORPE, RITTS... AND MORE, MANY MORE... H: ARE YOU MORE INVOLVED WHEN TAKING A FASHION PHOTO OR A PORTRAIT? WHAT THE EMOTIONS OF ONE AND OF THE OTHER ONE?   AL: THEY ARE DIFFERENT THINGS,A FASHION PHOTO REQUIRES A DIFFERENT ATTITUDE FROM A PORTRAIT, I DON’T SEE SIMILARITIES, THEY ARE WAY TOO DIFFERENT, SO THE APPROACH...

H: IS THERE ANYONE IN PARTICULAR WITH WHOM YOU WOULD LIKE TO WORK? SOME WORK THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO DO? AL: I DON’T KNOW, THERE ARE MODELS THAT I LIKE VERY MUCH WITH WHOM I HAVEN’T WORKED, BUT THERE ARE ALSO OTHER MODELS THAT I LIKE AND WITH WHOM I’VE WORKED...

I WANT TO ADD AN ANECDOTE CONCERNING THIS INTERVIEW: READING THE ANSWERS THAT I WROTE, I REALIZED THAT INSTEAD OF “LOVED” (“AMATE” IN ITALIAN), I WROTE “LOVER” (“AMANTE”)... DRAW YOUR CONCLUSIONS................

H: AMONG THE LIVING PHOTOGRAPHERS, ARE THERE ANY THAT YOU RESPECT PARTICULARLY? AND FROM THE PAST?

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THIS PAGE: A MESSAGE FOR YOU - EDITORIAL ROUND MAGAZINE


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MARPESSA TAO - EDITORIAL ICON MAGAZINE, PARIS

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THESE PAGES: EN GARDE EDITORIAL LIFE AND FASHION MAGAZINE, TORONTO


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FASHION DESIGN AND STYLING:

KIRILL SAFONOV kirilldesign@hot.ee

ACCESSORIES:

EXPRESSIONS www.expressions.ee

PHOTOGRAPHY:

ELINA & SILVIA KURR

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ELINA & SILVIA KURR (MJ MODELS Tallinn) www.mj-models.ee


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THIS PAGE: NANCY WEARS BRA BY KAI EICHEN, PANTIES FROM LINDEX, SHOES FROM BAGGYS. OPPOSITE PAGE: ONE PIECE SWIMSUIT BY KAI EICHEN, SHOES FROM BAGGYS. SHOULDERPIECE STYLIST’S OWN.


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THIS PAGE: NANCY WEARS PANTIES FROM LINDEX, BOLERO AND SHOES FROM BAGGYS. BRA STYLIST’S OWN. OPPOSITE PAGE: ONE PIECE SWIMSUIT BY KAI EICHEN, SHOULDERPIECE STYLIST’S OWN.


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THIS PAGE: NEGLICHE FROM LINDEX, STOCKINGS AND SHOES STYLIST’S OWN. OPPOSITE PAGE: NANCY WEARS PANTIES FROM LINDEX, BOLERO AND SHOES FROM BAGGYS. BRA STYLIST’S OWN.

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CLOTHES:

LINDEX - www.lindex.ee BAGGYS Tallinn - www.baggys.ee KAI EICHEN - www.kaieichen.com

PHOTOGRAPHY:

DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI www.davidedevisdomini.com davide@davidedevisdomini.com

HAIR:

RAIMO SUVISTE raimo79@hot.ee

MAKE-UP:

RISTO PILLAROO ristopillaroo@gmail.com

STYLING:

KAI EICHEN kai@kaieichen.com

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NANCY (E.M.A. Tallinn) www.ema.ee

MANNEQUINS:

JULIE & ANNIE

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THE REDBERRY STUDIO, TALLINN, ESTONIA www.theredberry.eu


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MODEL:

RENEE ESEBAG (CESD Los Angeles) www.cesdmodels.com

HAIR:

INSTRUCTOR SONNY CREER

MAKE-UP:

STUDENT LISA THAI

PHOTOGRAPHY:

STUDENT ASHLEY NGUYEN

LOCATION:

EFALA STUDIOS, LOS ANGELES - CALIFORNIA www.elitefashionacademyla.com info@elitefashionacademyla.com

SPECIAL THANKS:

RENEE ESEBAG (Elite Fashion Academy LA’s CEO) www.elitefashionacademyla.com


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THIS PAGE: JULIA WEARS DRESS BY LIPSY, ACCESSORIES STYLIST´S OWN. OPPOSITE PAGE: JULIA WEARS DRESS BY CHI CHI, SHOES BY DUNE ACCESSORIES STYLIST´S OWN.

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THIS PAGE: JULIA WEARS DRESS BY CHI CHI, ACCESSORIES STYLIST´S OWN. OPPOSITE PAGE: JULIA WEARS JACKET, SHIRT AND SKIRT BY ZARA, SHOES BY DUNE


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CLOTHES AND SHOES: LIPSY www.lipsy.co.uk ZARA www.zara.com CHI CHI www. chichifashion.co.uk SWEETFACTORY DUNE www. dune.co.uk PHOTOGRAPHY:

VIOLETA SOFIA violetasofia@ymail.com

MAKE-UP:

NADINE ELIAS nadinemakeup@hotmail.com

MODEL:

JULIA KRIYOSHELA juls_27@hotmail.co.uk


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TIME AGO INGRID BRATT DECIDED TO STOP WITH HER WORK AS A MODEL AND STARTED WITH FASHION THAT WAS WHAT SHE REALLY ENJOYED. AT FIRST, SHE STARED IN THEATRE AND PLACING ORDERS, FASCINATED WITH THIERRY MUGLER, SHE USED TO WATCH HIS FASHION SHOWS OVER AND OVER AGAIN.

NOW, HER INSPIRATION COMES ABOUT ANYTHING!, THAT MAKES HER A FASHION DESIGNER WHO CAN CREATE DIFFERENT COLLECTIONS, TO DRESS DAY BY DAY AND OTHER SPECIFIC DESIGNS.

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INGRID FUTURE PLANES ARE PROBABLY TO OPEN A BOUTIQUE IN MALAYSIA AND TO COOPERATE WITH A SHOP IN LOS ANGELES. INGRID BRATT DESIGNS ARE FOCUSED ON WOMEN OF MIDDLE-HIGH STATUS, DARING, WHO FEEL SEXY… INGRID BRATT WOMEN IS A WOMEN WHO GET NOTICED

HER HUSBAND IS THE BIGGEST SUPPORT TO INGRID BUT AT THE SAME TIME SHE NEEDS TO BE ALONE AND ISOLATED WHEN SHE IS CREATING, SHE USES TO TRAVEL TO INSPIRE HERSELF AND THEN SHUTS HERSELF UP IN SILENCE TO DEVELOP THE NEW COLLECTION, BY NOW ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH THE WEBSITE WWW.INGRIDBRATT.COM

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ALL CLOTHES BY:

INGRID BRATT www.ingridbratt.com

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PANAMBÍ MARTINEZ www.panambievents.blogspot.com tel. +34 657 41 02 10


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ALL THE CLOTHES THAT EDIT AND VICTORIA ARE WEARING FROM INGMAR JÕELA, ACCESSORIES FROM EDEVUSA LAAT @ NU NORDIK, SHOES STYLIST’S OWN

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DESIGNER:

INGMAR JÕELA www. cramofon@hot.ee

PHOTOGRAPHY:

ALEKSANDR VINOGRADOV allforsomthing@hotmail.com tel. +372 55 563 507

PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANT:

VLADISLAV ARTJUSHIN vladislav-artjushin@hotmail.com

MAKE-UP AND HAIR:

RISTO PILLAROO ristopillaroo@gmail.com

STYLING:

BRITTA TALVING www.brittaaa.blogspot.com brittatalving@hotmail.com

ACCESSORIES:

EDEVUSE LAAT @ NU NORDIK (TALLINN) www.nunordik.ee

MODELS:

EDIT SKIBA (MJ MODELS TALLINN) www.mj-models.ee VICTORIA TÄÄKER (BALTIC MODELS TALLINN) www.balticmodels.ee

LOCATION:

THE REDBERRY STUDIO, TALLINN, ESTONIA www.theredberry.eu


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PART II

NO PLASTIC SURGERY NEEDED PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI

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THESE PAGES: TATIANA WEARS EARRINGS FROM MISU. BRA AND HAIRPIECE STYLIST’S OWN.


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THESE PAGES: TATIANA WEARS EARRINGS FROM MISU. TOP AND NECKPIECE STYLIST’S OWN.


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DESIGNERS:

MISU accessories - www.misu.ee KAI EICHEN - www.kaieichen.com

PHOTOGRAPHY:

DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI www.davidedevisdomini.com davide@davidedevisdomini.com

HAIR:

RAIMO SUVISTE raimo79@hot.ee

MAKE-UP:

RISTO PILLAROO ristopillaroo@gmail.com

STYLING:

KAI EICHEN kai@kaieichen.com

MODEL:

TATIANA (AGENCY BETA Tallinn) www.agencybeta.ee

MANNEQUINS:

CASABELLA JUUKSESTUUDIO www.casabella.ee

LOCATION:

THE REDBERRY STUDIO, TALLINN, ESTONIA www.theredberry.eu


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HER NAME IS JULIE

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PHOTOGRAPHY:

DAVE CAMPBELL davecampbellphoto@yahoo.com

MANNEQUIN:

JULIE

LOCATION:

TALLINN, ESTONIA

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“PLASTICS ARE ARTIFICIAL SILK” SAILS IN THE SEA LIKE A SKY OF PAINTED CANVAS. SOFT CLOTHING, COSTUMES ARTIFICIAL “PLASTIC” THAT WRAP AROUND. THE REFERENCES TO CYBERSPACE, IN GAMES OF “PLASTIC”.


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PLASTIC WOMAN

“PLASTIC WOMAN” IS THE THEME OF CYBER DARK SILK FOR A PLASTIC WORLD, WHERE THE WOMAN FINDS HERSELF DOLL / CYBORG IN MODERN SOCIETY. WOMAN’S BODY WRAPPED IN ITS ELEGANCE, WITH TAPES, AND MAN IS ITS MALE / MASK. EXTREME FINAL, WOMEN’S REGRESSIVE.

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MONDRIAN SOUTH BEACH

MIAMI CALLING IN THIS TRENDY AND VISIONARY HOTEL IN MIAMI’S SOUTH BEACH REALITY AND FICTION MERGE TOGETHER, LIKE IN A DREAM... MARCEL WANDERS


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TRENDY TIMES BY Marcel Wanders Studio LOCATED ON NEWLY-FASHIONABLE WEST AVENUE, MONDRIAN IS A QUIET ENCLAVE JUST MINUTES FROM THE BUSTLING CENTER OF SOUTH BEACH, OFFERING SPECTACULAR VIEWS OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN, BISCAYNE BAY AND DOWNTOWN MIAMI. THE VISIONARY STYLE OF DESIGNER MARCEL WANDERS IS APPARENT FROM THE MOMENT YOU PULL INTO THE PORTE-COCHERE: GUESTS WALK THROUGH A GRAND ENTRYWAY APPOINTED WITH CUSTOM-DESIGNED FURNITURE, LIGHTING AND ACCENT PIECES, EVOKING WANDERS’ DESIGN HOMAGE OF “SLEEPING BEAUTY’S CASTLE”. UPON ENTERING THE SOARING LOBBY,THE FLOOR-TOCEILING WINDOWS OFFER STUNNING VIEWS OF BISCAYNE BAY. IMMEDIATELY THE EYE IS DRAWN TO THE MASTERPIECE OF THE ROOM–AN ICONIC, SIGNATURE “FLOATING STAIRCASE.” BLACK AND GOLD PATTERNED FURNISHINGS AND OVERSIZED BRASS BELL SHAPED LIGHTS ADD A TOUCH OF WHIMSY AND WELCOME GUESTS TO SIT AND SOCIALIZE OR ENJOY THE VIEW.

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MONDRIAN SOUTH BEACH, MIAMI, FLORIDA ALL IMAGES AND TEXT COURTESY OF MONDRIAN SOUTH BEACH HOTEL AND MARCEL WANDERS STUDIO

www.marcelwanders.com www.mondrian-miami.com


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GANESH CLUB, AMARANTE, PORTUGAL

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A BAR INSIDE GANESH CLUB IN A SMALL PORTUGUESE TOWN CLADDED WITH POLYCARBONATE SHEET PANELS GLOWS THANKS TO A REMOTE CONTROLLED RGB-LED SYSTEM THAT ALLOW THE LIGHTING COLORS TO CHANGE AT ANY GIVEN SECOND. PORMENOR ARQUITECTOS


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VISUAL CHILL-OUT BY PormenorArquitectos THE BIGGEST CLUB ON THE NORTH OF PORTUGAL, DESIGNED BY PORMENORARQUITECTOS HOLDS WITHIN FOUR LIQUEUR BARS, SCATTERED ALONG 900 SQ METERS. CONSCIOUS OF THE FACT THAT INSIDE A CLUB, SPACE OFTEN STALLS AROUND BARS LEAVING A DULL AREA SURROUNDING THEM, THE DESIGN TEAM DECIDED TO TACKLE THAT PROBLEM. MUTATION THROUGH LIGHT WAS THE CHOSEN SOLUTION. THE BAR’S STRUCTURE WAS CREATED WITH INOX STEEL, COVERED WITH OPALINE POLYCARBONATED SOLID SHEETS. THE LIGHTING WAS ACHIEVED WITH A REMOTE CONTROLLED RGB-LED SYSTEM. THE EVER-CHANGING CHROMATIC RANGE IS THE ONLY SURROUNDING LIGHT SOURCE THUS CREATING A SOFT SPACE MUTATION BETWEEN COLORS.


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GANESH CLUB, AMARANTE, PORTUGAL INTERIOR DESIGN BY PORMENOR ARQUITECTOS ALL IMAGES COURTESY OF FILIPE PAIVA

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SAYAKA GANZ WAS BORN IN

YOKOHAMA, JAPAN AND GREW UP LIVING IN JAPAN, BRAZIL, AND HONG KONG. SHE HAS BEEN LIVING AND WORKING IN INDIANA FOR 15 YEARS. SHE RECEIVED A BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS DEGREE AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY BLOOMINGTON AND CONTINUED TO CREATE WELDED SCULPTURES OF ANIMAL FORMS INDEPENDENTLY. IN 2008 SHE RECEIVED A MASTER OF FINE ARTS DEGREE IN SCULPTURE FROM BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY (BGSU) IN BOWLING GREEN, OHIO. CURRENTLY SHE TEACHES DESIGN AND DRAWING COURSES AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY – PURDUE UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE (IPFW). USING POST-CONSUMER PLASTIC OBJECTS AS HER MATERIALS, SAYAKA’S RECENT SCULPTURES DEPICT ANIMALS IN MOTION WITH RICH COLORS AND ENERGY. HER RECENT EXHIBITIONS INCLUDE: “ART:MORPH” – SOLO EXHIBITION COLLABORATION WITH THE SCIENCE CENTRAL, FORT WAYNE, AND “CONVERGENCE” – SOLO EXHIBITION IN THE VISUAL ARTS GALLERY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY – PURDUE UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE. HER NEWEST SCULPTURE “AMBUSH” HAS BEEN INSTALLED PERMANENTLY IN THE NEW EDUCATION WING OF THE FORT WAYNE MUSEUM OF ART. SHE IS CURRENTLY WORKING WITH TWO COLLEAGUES ON A PUBLIC ART PROJECT IN TOLEDO, OHIO.


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ARTS JULIAN MONTAGUE „SECONDARY OCCUPANTS COLLECTED & OBSERVED“ DATE: 2010.03.20 - 2010.05.28 PLACE: BLACK & WHITE PROJECT SPACE, 483 DRIGGS AVENUE, BROOKLYN NY 11211

WEBSITE: www.blackandwhiteprojectspace.org REUBEN COX „BAGATELLES“ DATE: 2010.04.18 - 2010.05.28 PLACE: BLACKSTON, 29C LUDLOW STREET, NEW YORK NY 10002

WEBSITE: www.blackstongallery.com DAWN CLEMENTS „BOILER“

DATE: 2010.04.02 - 2010.05.07 PLACE: THE BOILER (PIEROGI), 191 NORTH 14TH STREET, BROOKLYN NY 11211

WEBSITE: www.pierogi2000.com MICHELLE DIZON

DATE: 2010.03.23 - 2010.05.15 PLACE: CUE ART FOUNDATION, 511 WEST 25TH STREET, NEW YORK NY 10001

WEBSITE: www.cueartfoundation.org SHEPARD FAIREY „MAYDAY“

DATE: 2010.05.01-29 PLACE: DEITCH PROJECTS, 18 WOOSTER STREET, NEW YORK NY 10012

WEBSITE: www.deitch.com JOACHIM KOESTER „FROM THE SECRET GARDEN OF SLEEP“ DATE: 2010.04.08 -2010.05.08 PLACE: GREENE NAFTALI GALLERY, 508 WEST 26TH STREET, 8TH FLOOR, NEW YORK NY 10001

WEBSITE: www.greenenaftaligallery.com MIKE KELLEY „ARENAS“

DATE: 2010.05.06 -2010.06.25 PLACE: SKARSTEDT GALLERY, 20 E. 79TH ST., NEW YORK NY 10075

WEBSITE: www.skarstedt.com STILL ONGOING AND SHOULD NOT BE MISSED:

MARINA ABRAMOVIĆ: THE ARTIST IS PRESENT

700 HOURS OF LIVE PERFORMANCE, 39 “REPERFORMERS,” 40 YEARS OF HISTORY. ABRAMOVIĆ HERSELF PERFORMS A NEW WORK. DATE: 2010.03.14 -2010.05.31 PLACE: MOMA - THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, 11 WEST 53RD STREET, NEW YORK NY 10019

WEBSITE: www.moma.org


WHAT IF YOU GOOGLE TWO WORDS: THIS MONTHS THEME OF HEARTMAGAZINE „PLASTIC“ AND MY CITY „NYC“. THE RESULTS COULD BE EXPECTED – MATERIALS AND SURGERY (4 OF 7 RESULTS). BUT YOU KNOW HOW GOOGLE WORKS, THE MORE PEOPLE LOOK FOR A SPECIFIC THING, THE LIKELY YOU WILL GET THE SAME RESULT. DID YOU KNOW THAT THERE IS PLASTIC SURGERY SPECIALIZED TO REMOVE ENLARGED MEN´S BREAST? OR A COURSE HOW TO MAKE RUBBER STAMPS? IS ONLY NY DRIVEN BY BEAUTY? WHAT COMES UP IN GOOGLE IF TYPING IN „PLASTIC“ AND YOUR CITY? CANAL PLASTIC CENTER - CPCNYC.COM (ALL KIND OF PLASTIC MATERIALS, FOR MODELMAKING ETC) EDWIN K. CHAN, MD PC - WWW.NYEE.EDU (THE NEW YORK EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY) SYDNEY R. COLEMAN, MD - WWW.DRSABOEIRO.COM (PLASTIC SURGEON) T & T PLASTIC LAND - WWW.TTPLASTICLAND.COM (PLASTIC DEALER AND MANUFACTURER OF PLASTIC PRODUCTS) CHELSEA EYE & COSMETIC SURGERY - HYPERLINK “HTTP://WWW.CHELSEAEYE.COM” WWW.CHELSEAEYE.COM (PLASTIC SURGEON) INK PAD - WWW.THEINKPADNYC.COM (RUBBER STAMP ART STORE) JACOBS ELLIOT MD - WWW.GYNECOMASTIANEWYORK.COM (PLASTIC SURGEON – SPECIALIZED IN MALE BREAST SURGERY)

INFO BROUGHT TO YOU BY VERONIKA BJARSCH @NYC.US

NEW YORK BEA

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ARTS SUMMER EXHIBITION 2010

THE ROYAL ACADEMY’S 242ND SUMMER EXHIBITION FEATURES, AS EVER, A WIDE RANGE OF WORK IN ALL MEDIA INCLUDING PAINTING, PRINTMAKING, PHOTOGRAPHY AND SCULPTURE BY ESTABLISHED INTERNATIONAL AND AMATEUR ARTISTS, AS WELL AS DISPLAYS DEDICATED TO ARCHITECTURE. LOVE IT OR LOATHE IT, IT’S THE WORLD’S LARGEST OPEN-SUBMISSION CONTEMPORARY ART EXHIBITION, AS MUCH A PART OF THE BRITISH SUMMER AS WIMBLEDON. DATE: JUNE 14-AUGUST 22 PLACE: THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS, PICCADILLY, W1J 0BD PRICES: ADULT £8.00

WEBSITE: www. royalacademy.org.uk WOLFGANG TILLMANS

FIRST MAJOR PUBLIC EXHIBITION SINCE 2003 FOR THE TURNER-PRIZE-WINNING PHOTOGRAPHER, WHOSE SKILL IN AND ABILITY TO GIVE EQUAL IMPORTANCE TO ALL FORMS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE - WHETHER A SNAPSHOP OF THE EVERYDAY, A PORTRAIT, A FASHION IMAGE OR AN ABSTRACT EXPERIMENT IS OFTEN EMULATED BUT RARELY MATCHED. DATE: JUNE 26-AUGUST 29 PLACE: SERPENTINE GALLERY, KENSINGTON GARDENS, W2 3XA PRICE: FREE

WEBSITE: www.serpentinegallery.org

LAST CHANCE

IRVING PENN: PORTRAITS

IRVING PENN (1917-2009) WAS ONE OF THE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHERS OF OUR TIME. FOCUSING SPECIFICALLY ON HIS PORTRAITS OF MAJOR CULTURAL FIGURES OF THE LAST SEVEN DECADES, IRVING PENN PORTRAITS IS A GLORIOUS CELEBRATION OF HIS WORK IN THIS GENRE. THE EXHIBITION IS BROUGHT TOGETHER FROM MAJOR INTERNATIONAL COLLECTIONS AND INCLUDES OVER 120 SILVER AND PLATINUM PRINTS, MANY VINTAGE, RANGING FROM HIS PORTRAITS FOR VOGUE MAGAZINE IN THE 1940S TO SOME OF HIS LAST WORK. DATE: UNTIL 06 JUNE 2010 PLACE: THE NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY, ST. MARTIN’S PLACE, WC2H 0HE PRICES: ADULT £10.00

WEBSITE: www. npg.co.uk

ALTERNATIVE FRIDAY NIGHT FREAK SHOW

A NIGHT OF THE BEST DARK AND DELICIOUS VARIETY OLD LONDON TOWN HAS TO OFFER. SHOCKING, HYSTERICAL AND DOWNRIGHT WEIRD SOME OF THE FINEST PERFORMERS FROM THE ALTERNATIVE CABARET CIRCUIT AND THE DARKEST RECESSES OF THE COMEDY WORLD COME OUT TO PLAY. MAGICIANS AND SWORD SWALLOWERS, SINGING NAZIS AND DERANGED COMICS BATTLE IT OUT IN THIS EXTRAORDINARY NIGHT OF FUN. DATE: JUNE 18 & JULY 2 PLACE: UDDERBELLY, SOUTHBANK CENTRE BELVEDERE ROAD, SE1 8XX PRICE: £15

WEBSITE: www.underbelly.co.uk


FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE DATE: 14 &15 MAY 2010 PRICE: £22.50 VENUE: HAMMERSMITH APOLLO

WEBSITE: www.hammersmithapollo.net AEROSMITH

DATE: 15 JUNE 2010 PRICE: £104.35 VENUE: THE 02 ARENA

WEBSITE: www.theo2.co.uk GREEN DAY

DATE: 19 JUNE 2010 PRICE: £47.76 VENUE: WEMBLEY PARK

WEBSITE: www.wembleystadium.com KINGS OF LEON + THE BLACK KEYS + THE DRUMS + THE WHIGS + THE FEATURES DATE: 30 JUNE 2010 PRICE: £54.25 VENUE: HYDE PARK

WEBSITE: www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/hyde_park WIRELESS

LONDON BEA

MUSIC

PINK, THE TING TINGS, THE TEMPER TRAP, GOSSIP, PLAN B,TAYLOR HAWKINS AND THE COATTAIL RIDERS, BOWLING FOR SOUP, HOCKEY, DAISY DARES YOU, NEON HITCH, BLUEY ROBINSON AND ALPHABEAT DATE: 02 JULY 2010 PRICE: £53,25 LCD SOUNDSYSTEM, 2MANYDJS, DJ SHADOW, SNOOP DOGG, UNKLE, MISSY ELLIOT, THE BIG PINK AND PHENOMENAL HANDCLAP BAND DATE: 03 JULY 2010 PRICE: £53,25 JAY-Z, LILY ALLEN, D12, SLASH, WILEY, DAN LE SAC VS SCROOBIUS PIP, ROLL DEEP, TALA RILEY, CHIDDY BANG, MCLEAN, CHASE & STATUS, FRIENDLY FIRES, CHIPMUNK, TINIE TEMPAH, DRAKE, MR HUDSON, DRAKE, PROFESSOR GREEN AND BLUEY ROBINSON DATE: 04 JULY 2010 PRICE: £53,25

WEBSITE: www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/hyde_park

INFO BROUGHT TO YOU BY DAVE CAMPBELL @LONDON.UK


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ARTS MOT COLLECTION “PLASTIC MEMORIES – TO ILLUMINATE “NOW” ARTISTS: FUYUKI YAMAKAWA, CHRISTIAN BOLTANSKI, TOMOKO YONEDA, APICHATPONG WEERASETHAKUL, RICHARD LONG, KIMIO TSUCHIYA, MIYAKO ISHIUCHI, MASAAKI NAKAGAWA, TOMIO MIKI, YUKI KIMURA, YUKINORI MAEDA THIS EXHIBITION, ENTITLED ‘PLASTIC MEMORIES’, FOCUSES ON THE THEME OF MEMORIES THAT HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM THEIR ORIGINAL CONTEXT OF ‘PLACE’ AND ‘TIME’, BECOMING RAW MATERIAL FOR THE ARTISTS TO RESHAPE THROUGH THE POWER OF THEIR IMAGINATIONS, THEREBY THROWING A LIGHT ON ONE ASPECT OF ‘CONTEMPORARY ART’. NUMEROUS DIFFERENT KINDS OF MEMORIES HAVE BEEN BROUGHT TOGETHER, THEY DO NOT NECESSARILY SPRING FROM PERSONAL EXPERIENCE, SOME ARE COMMUNAL, IN THE FORM OF HISTORY, WHILE OTHERS RESIDE WITHIN MATERIALS OR LOCATIONS. AS WE TRACE THE IMAGES BROUGHT ABOUT BY THE MEMORIES, DRIFTING BETWEEN REALITY AND FANTASY, WE FIND THAT WE BECOME AWARE OF THE ‘PRESENT’ THAT BRINGS THEM BACK TO LIFE. PERHAPS IT IS BECAUSE IN THE SAME WAY THAT LIGHT IS ONLY MADE VISIBLE BY THE EXISTENCE OF DARKNESS, SO IT IS THAT WE CAN ONLY GRASP THE MOMENT THAT IS ‘NOW’ WITHIN THE PASSING OF DAYS BY USING PAST AS A BASIS. THEM THIS EXHIBITION WOULD OFFER THE VIEWERS AN OPPORTUNITY TO CONTEMPLATE METHODS OF ILLUMINATING THE ‘PRESENT’ OR SO-CALLED ‘CONTEMPORARY ART’, WHICH IS AN EXPRESSION OF THE TIMES IN WHICH WE LIVE. DATE: 2010-04-24 TO 2010-06-20 PLACE: MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, TOKYO OPENING HOURS: 10:00-18:00, CLOSED ON MONDAYS

WEBSITE: www.mot-art-museum.jp/eng/collection.html “WHERE IS ARCHITECTURE? SEVEN INSTALLATIONS BY JAPANESE ARCHITECTS” ARTISTS: TOYO ITO, RYOJI SUZUKI, HIROSHI NAITO, ATELIER BOW-WOW, HIROSHI KIKUCHI, RYUJI NAKAMURA, HIDEYUKI NAKAYAMA THIS EXHIBITION OF ARCHITECTURE CONSISTS ENTIRELY OF NEW INSTALLATIONS BY SEVEN GROUPS OF JAPANESE ARCHITECTS, REPRESENTING A VARIETY OF AGES AND STYLES. TO CREATE “ARCHITECTURE,” ARCHITECTS ARE EXPECTED TO DEAL WITH A VARIETY OF CONDITIONS. THIS REQUIRES A WAY OF THINKING THAT DEFTLY BALANCES LOGIC, TECHNIQUE, AND AESTHETICS. ONE MIGHT ALSO ARGUE THAT THIS PROFOUND SENSE OF BALANCE IS WHAT HAS LED TO THE INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION OF JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE. IN TRYING TO DETERMINE THE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF “ARCHITECTURE,” THEREFORE, EXAMINING WHERE AND IN WHAT FORM IT ARISES SEEMS MORE VIABLE THAN SIMPLY ADDRESSING THE QUESTION, “WHAT IS ARCHITECTURE?” IN THIS WIDE-RANGING GROUP OF INSTALLATIONS, INCLUDING A SPACE CREATED OUT OF THREE TYPES OF POLYHEDRONS, A PLACE WHERE A “SPACE” IS “BORN AND DIES,” A SUMMER HOUSE THAT RESEMBLES AN ANIMAL, A VIDEO SPACE THAT PRESENTS A DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN ARCHITECTURAL MODEL, A FRAGILE STRUCTURE, AND A FIELD WITH A FANTASTIC SENSE OF SCALE, WE INVITE THE VIEWER TO SEARCH FOR THE “ARCHITECTURE” IN THESE WORKS. DATE: FROM 2010.04.29 TO 2010.08.08 PLACE: THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, TOKYO OPENING HOURS: 10:00-17:00 (FRIDAY IS 10:00-20:00) *LAST ADMISSION IS 30 MINUITES BEFORE CLOSING.

WEBSITE: www.momat.go.jp/english/artmuseum


ARTISTS: THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS, SASHA, GROOVE ARMADA, THOMAS GANDEY, THE 2 BEARS, SHINICHI OSAWA, TANIA VULCANO, DAVIDE SQUILLACE, DEXPISTOLS...AND MORE THIS IS THE FRIENDSHIP FESTIVAL OF “BIG BEACH BOUTIQUE” WHICH MOBILIZES 250 THOUSANDS OF ENTHUSIASTIC FANS IN ENGLAND EVERY YEAR. 14 GREAT DANCE-MUSIC ARTISTS FROM 5 COUNTRIES WILL HOLD DRAMATIC STAGES THIS YEAR. THE ANOTHER CONCEPT OF THIS FESTIVAL IS “THINKING ECOLOGY”. FOR INSTANCE, THE ELECTRICAL POWER WILL BE PRODUCED BY BIODIESEL AND SOLAR PANELS. DATE: 2010.06.05 PLACE: MAKUHARI SEASIDE PARK, CHIBA

WEBSITE: http://bigbeach-fes.com

LIFESTYLE OFFICIAL MAGAZINE “MARIMEKKO 1951-2010” WAS RELEASED! PRICE: ¥1635,00 MARIMEKKO FROM FINLAND REMAINS PERENNIAL FAVORITES IN JAPAN AND FINALLY THEIR OFFICIAL BRAND MAGAZINE HAS BEEN LAUNCHED. NOT ONLY THE CATALOG OF EACH TEXTILE, BUT ALSO THEY INTRODUCE SOME FACTORIES, DESIGNERS’ LIFESTYLES AND MORE. MOREOVER WE GET THE TOTE BAG AND PORCH WITH MARIMEKKO’S LOGO AS BOUND-IN SUPPLEMENTS TO THE BOOK!! WHO COULD EXPECT THAT WE COULD GET BOTH BOOKS AND BAGS OF MARIMEKKO AT THE BOOK STORE!?

INFO BROUGHT TO YOU BY AYANA KOBAYASHI @TOKIO.JP

TOKIO BEA

“BIG BEACH FESTIVAL ‘10”


HEART’S TEAM

DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI EDITOR IN CHIEF

- FASHION EDITOR: KAI EICHEN; PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: DAVE CAMPBELL; AR - FASHION EDITOR: KAI EICHEN; PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: DAVE CAMPBELL; AR REPORTER FROM LOS ANGELES: VIIDALEPP; REPORTER NEW YOR -REPORTER FASHION EDITOR: KAI EICHEN;MARIA PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: DAVEFROM CAMPBELL; AR FROM LOS ANGELES: MARIA VIIDALEPP; REPORTER FROM NEW YOR -CAMPBELL; FASHION EDITOR: KAI EICHEN; PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: DAVE CAMPBELL; AR REPORTER FROM BARCELONA: DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI; BRAND MA REPORTER FROM LOS ANGELES: MARIA VIIDALEPP; REPORTER FROM NEW YOR -CAMPBELL; FASHION EDITOR: KAI EICHEN; PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: DAVE CAMPBELL; AR REPORTER FROM BARCELONA: DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI; BRAND MA REPORTER FROM LOS ANGELES: MARIA VIIDALEPP; REPORTER FROM NEW -YOR TALLINN: MARIT MIHKLEPP; REPORTER FROM TOKIO: AYANA KOBAYASHI CAMPBELL; REPORTER FROM BARCELONA: DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI; BRAND MA REPORTER FROM LOS ANGELES: MARIA VIIDALEPP; REPORTER FROM NEW -YOR TALLINN: MARIT MIHKLEPP; FROM TOKIO: AYANA KOBAYASHI CAMPBELL; REPORTER FROM REPORTER BARCELONA: DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI; BRAND TALLINN: MARIT MIHKLEPP; REPORTER FROM TOKIO: AYANA KOBAYASHI -MA CAMPBELL; REPORTER FROM BARCELONA: DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI; BRAND TALLINN: MARIT MIHKLEPP; REPORTER FROM TOKIO: AYANA KOBAYASHI -MA TALLINN: MARIT MIHKLEPP; REPORTER FROM TOKIO: AYANA KOBAYASHI -


KAI EICHEN FASHION EDITOR

DAVE C AMPBE LL PHOTO GRAPH Y EDIT OR

RCHITECTURE EDITORS: DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI - PHILIP TIDWELL; RCHITECTURE EDITORS: DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI - PHILIP TIDWELL; RK AND BERLIN: VERONIKA BJARSCH; REPORTER FROM LONDON: RCHITECTURE EDITORS: DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI - PHILIP TIDWELL;DAVE RK AND BERLIN: VERONIKA BJARSCH; REPORTER FROM LONDON: DAVE RCHITECTURE EDITORS: DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI PHILIP TIDWELL; ANAGER AND REPORTER FROM BOLOGNA: MARCO SILVERII; REPORTER RK AND BERLIN: VERONIKA BJARSCH; REPORTER FROM LONDON: DAVEFROM RCHITECTURE EDITORS: DAVIDE DE VISDOMINI PHILIP TIDWELL; ANAGER AND REPORTER FROM BOLOGNA: MARCO FROM SILVERII; REPORTER RK AND BERLIN: VERONIKA BJARSCH; REPORTER LONDON: DAVEFROM ANAGER AND REPORTER FROM BOLOGNA: MARCO FROM SILVERII; REPORTER RK AND BERLIN: VERONIKA BJARSCH; REPORTER LONDON: DAVEFROM ANAGER AND REPORTER FROM BOLOGNA: MARCO SILVERII; REPORTER FROM ANAGER AND REPORTER FROM BOLOGNA: MARCO SILVERII; REPORTER FROM


ERRATA CORRIGE: IN OUR PREVIOUS “SKIN ISSUE” WE´VE GOT SOME CONTACT WRONG, REGARDING THE HATS USED FOR THE EDITORIAL “YOU CAN LEAVE YOUR HAT ON”, SHOT BY DAVE CAMPBELL. HERE ARE THE RIGHT ONES:

PILEUM HAT BOUTIQUE www.pileum.ee OUR DEEPEST APOLOGIES!


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ISSUE NO.7 + 210 viewers (issue re-published for technical reasons)