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Autumn 2015 International Art, Design & Fashion Aditya Pratama Al Brydon Alexandre Felix Anna Breda Ari Weinkle Celine Hong Christine Ai Davide Cambria Eric Chu Francesco Salemme Gosia Herba Hardy Seiler Jennifer Endom Julie Cockburn Marijke Buurlage Oda Bakkeli Eide Sasha Munaev ShimYup & Seri Lee Six & Five Studio Sybilla Patrizia Woojung Park


Nineteen —— Autumn 2015

E d i to r s

O n t he C over Whi te No i se by S himY up & Ser i Lee

Abbie Cohen

Founder, Features Editor

Photography ShimYup Direction & Styling Seri Lee

Jessie Cohen

Hair & Makeup Yunjin Kim

Founder, Art Editor

Models Jooyeon Kim & Sejin Park @ Esteem Models

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Editor’s Letter

Hold on to your hats, because NeverLazy Magazine’s nineteenth issue has been jam-packed with international talent that will set your heads spinning. From Norway to Hanover, Paris to Poland, and Buenos Aires all the way to the land down under, this issue came together through the efforts of artists from every corner of the world – and the obvious result of that is a blazing, eclectic mix of exclusive fashion editorials and creative portfolios that we’re incredibly excited to present. As summer once again transitions into autumn, we’re bringing you another bite of the art and fashion worlds that we hope you’ll enjoy. ∞ AC


In This Issue

Oda Bakkeli Eide —— 0 0 6

Al Brydon —— 0 1 6

Eric Chu —— 0 2 6

ShimYup & Seri Lee —— 0 3 8

Julie Cockburn —— 0 5 4

Sasha Munaev —— 0 6 4

Gosia Herba —— 0 7 4


Christine Ai

Davide Cambria

—— 0 8 4

—— 1 6 2

Ari Weinkle

Celine Hong

—— 0 9 4

—— 1 7 2

Jennifer Endom

Six & Five Studio

—— 1 0 4

—— 1 8 4

Marijke Buurlage

Sybilla Patrizia

—— 1 1 4

—— 1 9 6

Francesco Salemme

Woojung Park

—— 1 2 4

—— 2 0 8

Aditya Pratama

Alexandre Félix

—— 1 3 6

—— 2 2 0

Anna Breda

Hardy Seiler

—— 1 4 8

—— 2 3 0


O DA B A K K E L I E I D E

w. www.odabeide.com e. oda@odabeide.com

PHOTOGRAPHY ODA BAKKELI EIDE

DESIGNER SILJE OPAAS

RIVERSIDE

MODEL HEDDA @ TEAM MODELS

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Far more than a mere showcase of fashion and skill, Riverside is a thing of pure, natural beauty: it introduces a certain fragility and tenderness against a magnificent Norwegian setting, forming a heavy contrast that inspires as much as it relaxes the mind. Garments and a windy, textured backdrop come together in one expertly-crafted, sensory meeting of fashion and art. Designs by Silje Opaas, with styling by photographer Oda Bakkeli Eide and hair and makeup by Christine Mellem. ∞ AC

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A L B RY D O N

AL BRYDON

Al Brydon’s photographs possess

‘look’ a certain way, but not with any

that rare, magnetic quality that will

real forward-planning. It’s the content

always, without doubt, have viewers

of my work and the meanings behind

curious for more: his works are filled

this that excite me; the aesthetic is a

with depth and obscurity, as they

secondary consideration. As for how

simultaneously shine light on everyday

people perceive either me or my work,

objects and natural settings. Striking

that will be different from one person

and brimming with significance,

to the next.

Al’s photographs resemble scenes straight out of adult fairytales, as they

What have you most enjoyed

border the realms of dark fantasy

photographing in your career so far?

and surrealism in ways that are more mesmerising than unsettling.

I have been using pinhole cameras to photograph the sun as it crawls

What does your aesthetic say about

across the sky. Solargraphs are basic

yourself ?

pinhole cameras made from tin cans. The exposure times are in weeks

I think each of my projects has a

and months rather than fractions

different aesthetic. In truth, it’s not

of a second. They radically abstract

w. www.al-brydon.com

something I think a lot about.

perceptions of time and capture the

e. al@albrydonphotography.co.uk

I’m aware I’m making a photograph

sun as streaks of light as it passes →

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“I go out and make photographs even when I don’t feel like it – especially when I don’t feel like it.”

overhead, day after day. On a personal What photographers do you admire? level, I enjoy the fact a different ‘me’ is collecting them from the ‘me’ that

I love many photographers’ work. I

put them up. Enough time has elapsed

love looking at photographs. The list

during the exposure to take stock of

would be a long one if I had the space.

an apparently impossibly quick and

The people I’ve been blown away

fleeting life.

by are Rob Hudson, Tom Wilkinson, Brian David Stevens, Paul Garcia

What inspires your creative process?

and Di Emerson, Iain Sarjeant, Niall McDiarmid and Stephen Segasby, just

I’m never sure if inspiration is a

to name a few. All these people (and

necessity to my creative process. I go

many, many others) make compelling

out and make photographs even when

and thoughtful photography and I

I don’t feel like it. Especially when I

would recommend you check them

don’t feel like it. If I am inspired by

out. →

something I’ve really no idea if it filters through to my work or not.

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“Ignore all the tedious trends and make work that excites you.”

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“It’s the content of my work and the meanings behind this that excite me; the aesthetic is a secondary consideration.”

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What is the hardest thing you’ve

at any time. Given that I’m compelled

faced, as a photographer?

to make photographs every day, regardless of any practical necessity

Documenting my own battle with

for me to do so, this is all the

severe depression and the subsequent motivation I need. recovery process in None Places.

How do you hope to grow How do you keep motivated?

as a creative?

I drive my son to nursery in the

I’ll just keep learning, listening and

morning and watch the faces of the

watching, and hope for the best.

people commuting to jobs they most probably hate, and I remember how

Any words of wisdom to share

lucky I am to be able to do what I

with us?

do. I’m working on a project at the moment called As we wander, which

Ignore all the tedious trends

touches on the notion of how tenuous

and make work that excites you. ∞

our grip on life is and how it can end

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E R IC C H U

w. www.ericchuphotography.com e. ericchuphotography@live.com

LONG WA Y HOME

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PHOTOGRAPHY ERIC CHU

STYLING IVY XU HAIR MING TSAI

Monochrome meets maturity in a confident new shoot by the talented Eric Chu: Long Way Home showcases a sense of loss and yearning, layered with understated glamour and an immersive, dreamy aura. We are excited to present a deeply dramatic story by the returning photographer in this issue of NeverLazy Magazine, with make-up by Jerry Kuo and hair by Ming Tsai. ∞ AC

MAKEUP JERRY KUO

A S S I S TA N T S H O H E I K AWA N O

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Every winding road led to this: a present not defined by the past, a will to rise after every fall and a determination to live each moment.

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w. www.shimyup.co i. @shimyup w. www.serilee.com i. @seri___lee

WHITE NOISE

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DIRECTION & STYLING SERI LEE

HAIR & MAKEUP YUNJIN KIM

MODELS JOOYEON KIM

& SEJIN PARK @ ESTEEM MODELS

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S e j i n w e a r s P r i n t e d To p G r e e d i l o u s Ta i l o r J a c k e t S u r r e a l B u t N i c e Denim Skirt Soulpot Studio Sneakers J i n n y K i m J o o y e o n w e a r s P r i n t e d To p L i e White Jumper Carnet Du Style Denim Pants Soulpot Studio Sneakers Jinny Kim

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When they join forces, South Korean

the essence of a moment in motion

photographer Shimyup and creative

– stillness and beauty and motion,

director Seri Lee produce work akin

all captured at the same moment,

to pure magic. Their editorial story,

mimicking a still cut of a movie.

White Noise, draws from the familiarity

While I have recently moved to

of background sounds that not

experimenting with a medium film

only surround us, but also form a

format camera which I have used

comforting layer over other, unwanted

for White Noise, I like playing with

sounds in our daily lives. Inspired by

composition and blank space in my

nature, irresistibly soft yet powerful

work.

through its emotional aura and focus, here is a story to drown out the rest.

Seri: I was born in Korea and moved overseas when I was 12. I’ve lived

Tell us a bit about yourselves and

in Australia for eight years and

your backgrounds…

completed a bachelors degree in fashion design. I own the label S.Lee

Shimyup: I was born in Korea and

and have been building my career as

worked as an assistant director for

a creative director for the last year.

TV commercial productions, before

I’m fiercely independent and value

moving to Sydney to complete

creative freedom, and at the same

my masters degree in film. While

time I love connecting with new people

exploring Sydney I started getting into

and learning about what makes them

photography and realised it was as

tick. People and their emotions are so

much my passion as film was. I see the

intriguing and I like to reflect that in

world as if through a square camera

my work and collaborations. →

frame and love the idea of capturing

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What is the concept behind your

Shimyup: I was in Korea for a

across songs that mixed the sounds

story ‘White noise’?

photography trip for my upcoming

of nature with other cool elements.

series and Seri called me to

From there I started to research white

White noise is a form of sound that

collaborate on a fashion shoot. She

noise music – it was so inspiring that

masks unwanted sounds – it does not

told me about the concept of white

I decided to explore this concept with

create a contrast to those sounds,

noise and I was really interested,

Yup while he was in Korea.

but it reduces or drowns them out.

so we met up! This is our third time

We focused on the kind of white noise

collaborating, so we have a process

What surprised you most about

that we listen to unconsciously, ones

now. We have a chat and a coffee

working together?

that occur naturally in nature – in

before the shoot: we hash out the

the rain, waves and wind through the

concept and vision, and what we can

Shimyup: I’m always amazed at how

trees. We have been surrounded by

create together from there.

passionate Seri is about her work. It is all about the vision and she always

these sounds for ever so they give us a sense of calmness, security or

Seri: We share the idea that

finds a way to overcome barriers

familiarity. We wanted the project to

collaborating is not just about

to make it work.

convey a sense of such white noise.

bringing two visions together, but about something new being born out

Seri: Every time we work together

How did you collaborate to bring this of working together. We followed an

we are on a time constraint, but Yup

concept to life? How did you bring

overall direction and brought our

is such a talented photographer and

your individual visions together

individual talents together to create

all of our projects have had a really

harmoniously?

something interesting. The idea for

good outcome! Working with him feels

this particular project started while

effortless. →

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“We have been surrounded by white noise for ever so they give us a sense of calmness, security or familiarity.”

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What are your inspirations

get to know individuals and create

at the moment?

something unique with them. It would be amazing to be able to

Shimyup: I’ve always been inspired

travel to different places and portray

by the slow motion technique used

their cultures and beauty through

in the movie The Fall (2006).

photography and film.

The contrast and interplay between patterns and empty space,

Seri: I adore Sydney so I can really

between human beings and nature.

see myself based here as an artistic director. It would be amazing to be

Seri: A salted caramel macaroon, a

able to travel overseas for projects

good latte, and listening to Soulection

and collaborations.

on SoundCloud whilst trawling through the web for fashion films! I really

What projects are you both working

admire the delicate development

on now? Will you be collaborating

process involved in film photography

again?

and the idea that you only get one chance to capture an image.

Both: We are already working on our next collaboration! We will be

Where do you see yourselves, as

releasing it later this year.

creatives, in the distant future? A word of wisdom to share with us? Shimyup: I really enjoy meeting a variety of people and collaborating

Both: Seize the moment! ∞

with them. It’s the best feeling to

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JULIE COCKBURN

JULIE COCKBURN

Formidable worlds can be found

What does your aesthetic say about

within the works of Julie Cockburn,

yourself ?

whose habit of disassembling and reinterpreting photographs and

I like to work using found photos,

paintings brings the concept of

paintings, postcards and books.

recycled art to a whole new and

Onto (or into) these, I add embroidery,

sophisticated level. We catch up with

plasticine, collage, etc. My aesthetic

Julie, who shares what she aims to

is quite eclectic – I love the mix of

w. www.juliecockburn.com

achieve through her work as well as

old and contemporary, both in my

e. julie.cockburn@btopenworld.com

what she takes most pride in.

work and in my life. →

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I use Photoshop to plan my designs

a new way. By manipulating found

and then transfer the design onto

images that are somehow fairly

old images. It’s an interesting mix of

generic, I hope my interventions

analogue and digital.

invite the viewer to come on that investigative journey with me.

Your works are quite transformative – what would you say you’re trying

What have been your proudest

to convey?

moments so far?

I suppose I am trying to explore

It’s wonderful when people want to

familiar things and look at them in

buy my work, but I think I am most →

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“By manipulating found images that are somehow fairly generic, I hope my interventions invite the viewer to come on that investigative journey with me.”

proud when I see people spending time looking closely at what I have made. I do all my embroidery and cutting by hand and I think that intrigues people, especially when machine stitching and laser cutting are so readily available nowadays.

A word of wisdom to share with us? My father always used to tell me to ‘pause a minute’. As I get older, I realise what good advice it is. ∞

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SASHA MUNAEV

w. www.sashamunaev.com e. munaevaleksandr@gmail.com

P H O T O G R A P H Y S A S H A M U N A E V

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@ MMANAGEMENT PARIS,

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Russian photographer Sasha Munaev injects sensibility and a hint of playfulness into his effortless editorial story Back to Basics, where fashion is conveyed through a timeless lens. As well as demonstrating Sasha’s flair for capturing details in stunning black and white, this story is bright, light and natural, and brims with an uplifting air that will draw a smile on more than one face. Styling by Nikita Glumov and hair and make-up by Nikita Maschenko. ∞ AC

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GOSIA HERBA

GOSIA HERBA

Polish-based artist Gosia Herba’s

books for children. Last year my

illustrations are nothing short of

debut comic book Fertility, written

admirable. Slightly quirky yet serious,

with Mikołaj Pasiński, was published in

unique and most definitely varied, her

London by Centrala. We are working

style is defined by its richness and

on our next graphic novel together

fluidity. At times her works resemble

now. Additionally, we are looking to

vintage illustrations, at others she

publish our children’s book Elephant

gives them a Picassoesque spin – with

on the Moon.

each piece, she adapts and redefine her aesthetic in most formidable

What achievements are you

ways. We interview the artist about

particularly proud of ?

her goals and where she goes to find inspiration.

I think my books can be something for me to be proud of. Freedom of

Tell us a bit about yourself and your

creation is very important to me,

goals.

and I appreciate that I can work in such a way. I’m also proud of my own

I work for cultural institutions, music

perseverance. Generally, I’m quite

labels, magazines and book publishers

demanding towards myself, so I guess

w. www.gosiaherba.pl

from around the world. My biggest

I’m rarely really proud of myself. →

e. mail@gosiaherba.pl

joy is working on graphic novels and

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“Kind people tend to fuel me with good energy.”

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What themes do you tend to draw

What does your ideal workspace

inspiration from in your work?

look like?

I spend a lot of time reading books

I saw some photos of a little cottage

about cultural anthropology,

in a garden near a big house some

iconography, the history of monsters

time ago. There were a lot of plants

and “freaks”, the human body and

and trees. I thought that could be

its imitations (puppets, mannequins,

great place for me. I could go out for

humanoids). Books about mythologies

work but still have my own little, safe

and fairytales from around the world

territory.

are also indispensable to my private library. I keep some kind of diary

What is your biggest dream

where I log the things and ideas that

right now?

intrigue me. Sometimes it can be just one short sentence or one word.

Nowadays, my dream is to publish my first picture book, Elephant on the

As a creative, when are you your best Moon. That’s my main focus right now. and most comfortable self ? A word of wisdom to share with us? When co-operating with other creatives, I really appreciate a good

I’m too young to speak wisdom.

brief. Kind people tend to fuel me with

Sorry :) ∞

good energy. When working on my personal projects I just need calm, my favourite radio station (BBC Drama) and coffee.

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CHRISTINE AI

w. www.cai-photo.com e. cai@cai-photo.com

P H O T O G R A P H Y C H R I S T I N E A I

STYLING JOSEPH DANG

HAIR JAROD LAING

MAKEUP CHRISTINE YEO

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Photographer Christine Ai returns to NeverLazy Magazine with yet another eye-catching shoot that screams of youthful, refined and quality styling. Better Than You is a natural display of beauty, with a smart and daring tomboy edge, that transitions from light and dewy to dark and autumnappropriate. This is a fine-tuned and amazingly-finished beauty editorial by a team of pure talents. Styling by Joseph Dang, hair by Jarod Laing and make-up by Christine Yeo. ∞ AC

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There is no denying the intricacy and

There is a close-knit and supportive

level of details in the works of Ari

artistic community that has helped me

Weinkle, a designer who fuses the

grow as a creative.

real and surreal with incredible ease. Drawing from abstract typography and

What is the most important part of

organic elements of the human figure,

your career?

the Boston-based creative explores quasi-futuristic themes whilst bringing

Finding a balance between graphic

movement and elegance to the

design and art. I think the intersection

table. In an interview with NeverLazy

between the two is where interesting

Magazine, he stresses the importance

things start to emerge.

of patience and experimentation, and explains how living in Boston has

What impacts or influences your

helped transform him as an artist.

work most?

What does living in Boston bring

Experimentation. Often, my most

you, as a creative?

successful ideas are born out mistakes. Outside of creating artwork,

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with music and try to spend time in

Then having the patience to take

nature whenever possible. All of these

what you’ve created, and extend it

things inform my work.

into something meaningful.

Your work is incredibly detailed –

What are your aspirations?

talk us through the process and how meticulously you approach each

I want to continue learning and

project.

improving. As I continue to grow as an artist, I want to try new analogue

The two key elements to a project are

techniques and alternative ways

process and patience. Since I work

of creating.

digitally, it’s easy to explore ideas. But it’s also easy to delete something

A word of wisdom to share with us?

too quickly if you’re not immediately satisfied with it. I have to be present

One of my favourite quotes –

during the process of creating. It’s

“Pare down to the essence, but don’t

about taking the time to consider what remove the poetry.” you’re working on with an open mind.

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Jennifer Endom is a photographer with a name to remember: her new story Stay is a professionally-finished product of technique and skill, of which we know the London- and Berlin-based artist has mounds left to show. Brilliant lighting, a superfine attention to detail, and a delicate colour scheme all fight to steal the show in this entrancing shoot, which features styling by Sophia Schwan and hair and make-up by Eva Diekhoff. ∞ AC

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M A R I J K E B U U R L AG E

MARIJKE BURRLAGE

Dutch illustrator Marijke Buurlage infuses her work with charm, colour and youthfulness, giving them a playful and uplifting appearance that nobody will know to resist. At 26, the artist feels changed by her profession, and speaks to us of the importance of individuality in the creative world.

How has being an illustrator changed you? Since going to art school, I look at the world differently. Whenever I see beautiful shapes in nature or interesting colour combinations in the city, I get inspired immediately. I often take pictures of these shapes and colours and use them in illustrations later on. I now pay much more attention to the details around me;

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What mediums do you work with

illustrations like this for two years

and what do you most enjoy

now, and I don’t think I will replace

about them?

this method any time soon. For me it’s the perfect combination!

I always draw everything by hand and arrange and colour my drawings

How do you make yourself stand out

digitally. I love the roughness of

from other illustrators?

drawing with ink, but I also like to have the freedom to digitally

From the very beginning, my focus has

manipulate and arrange my work

been on developing a personal and

afterwards. This method works really

unique illustration style. I think this is

well for me. I have worked on my

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“Illustrating for children is really different and interesting: you have to relive your own childhood and rediscover a child’s imagination.”

People should be able to recognise

by picture books from the fifties,

your work immediately. I always

sixties and seventies. I have a nice

consider it to be one of the biggest

collection in my studio that consists

compliments if someone tells me, “I

mostly of vintage picture books,

saw right away that that piece was

which I’ve found at second-hand

yours!”

stores. Illustrating for children is really different and interesting:

What is the one thing you would

you have to relive your own childhood

most like to achieve?

and rediscover a child’s imagination, to be able to understand what kids

I would be so happy to have my own

are like and how they might

picture books published in the near

experience things. ∞

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All senses come together in perfect harmony in Parfums, sons et couleurs, an entrancing new editorial story by Francesco Salemme. Warm, floral and daring, this sensual and distinctively European story stirs the viewer’s imagination and senses through an almost-overwhelming wealth of colour and textures. Here is a shoot that rings true to the photographer’s irresistibly opulent aesthetic, of which you’ll only want to see more. Styling by Viviana Vittigli and make-up by Mara Compagnone. ∞ AC

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PA R F U M S ,

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A D I T YA P R ATA M A

ADITYA PRATAMA

Through bright colours and a sweet style, Indonesian illustrator Aditya Pratama elevates the everyday into the realms of the curious and quirky. His charming depictions are riddled with surrealist themes, bringing his gloriously imaginative mind to the forefront each time. The artist speaks to us of his dreams, and presents a collection of drawings to lose ourselves in.

What does your aesthetic say about yourself ? Mainly, my aesthetic style is surreal with a touch of fluidity and dreamlike scenarios. I think this style was formed by my obsession with dreams and imagination. My head is always full of imaginative worlds which are both hypnagogic and a little bit witty. For me, that kind of world is a

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Where are you from and how does

to traditional mediums, I mostly use

this influence your work?

acrylics and Ecoline ink.

I live in a small village somewhere in

What does your use of colour say

West Java, Indonesia. This place still

about yourself ?

has a natural environment and now it’s growing into a small town. Maybe

In my work, I often use phthalo blue.

that influences my work, which is often It has a dark mood but it also can dominated by natural atmospheres

flare once in a while. This colour

and the development within them.

seems to represent me: sometimes I want to hide from a lot of things,

What mediums do you work with?

but other times I also have the urge to show myself, my frame of mind

I am comfortable using both manual

and my story. →

and digital mediums. When it comes

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“Sometimes I want to hide from a lot of things, but other times I also have the urge to show myself, my frame of mind and my story.”

What are your biggest passions outside of illustration? Writing, maybe. Until now I still have a dream to publish my own book.

How do you hope to grow as a creative? My hope is that I can always create something in a playful way, and not by being forced by something.

A word of wisdom to share with us? Man plans, God laughs. ∞

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There’s a vibrant quirkiness to

PHOTOGRAPHY ANNA BREDA

Anna Breda’s hot new story, Loosely Autumn. The Italian beauty

and fashion photographer steps it up a notch with this bright and blazing collection of fashion-forward images, in which summer transitions into autumn through eclectic and oh-so-contemporary garments. Here’s a fantastic and fascinating ode to the new season ahead, with styling by Grazia Morelli and hair and make-up by Isabella Sarti. ∞ AC HAIR & MAKEUP ISABELLA SARTI

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DAVIDE CAMBRIA

28-year-old Italian painter Davide

into painting, I taught myself to do

Cambria stuns through rich and

what is now my full-time job. My works

dramatic portrait paintings layered

are centred on identity and explore

with abstraction and emotional

the deconstruction of the face.

depth. Confident, he holds on to the firm belief in staying true to himself

What are your tools of the trade?

– through this, he creates unique pieces of art that explore the concept

The usual for an oil painter: oil

of identity as well as hint at his

colours, brushes and palette knives.

architectural background. In his work as well as his words, there is wisdom

In what environment do you

far beyond the artist’s young age.

work best?

We catch up with him in a quick yet illuminating interview.

Where I can listen to the music I like.

Tell us a bit about yourself...

How has your vision evolved over the years?

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“My early works are more instinctive and abstract but over time, the figures I paint have gained more details.”

my technique has progressed: my

what I like without thinking about

early works are more instinctive and

public approval.

abstract but over time, the figures I paint have gained more details.

Tell us about your link to Saatchi Art

I’ve now got more control over

and how this has helped you evolve.

the final result. Saatchi Art is where I started gaining

What do you most enjoy about

public attention, and it’s still helping

being a self-taught painter?

my paintings reach people all over the world.

As a self-taught artist, I have been able to explore all the possibilities afforded

A word of wisdom to share with us?

by oil painting, without academic restrictions. This way, I’ve been able to

It’s always a question of time, patience

find my unique style of painting.

and luck. ∞

What are you most proud of ? I’m proud of my achievement of remaining true to myself, in painting

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PHOTOGRAPHY CELINE HONG

HAIR & MAKEUP JINNY KIM

SURROUNDED N A I L S J U N G Y U N W O N

MODELS MYEONGSUN LEE & SEBIN LEE

With her editorial story Surrounded, London- and Seoul-based photographer Celine Hong brings city-chic styling together with an intriguing urban wilderness, forming a contrast that elevates each garment to a whole new level. Although the polished and highend fashion featured here is a definite nod to the cold days ahead, an exotic and warming colour scheme certainly has us holding on to what’s left of the summer. Hair and make-up by Jinny Kim and nail art by Jungyoon Won. ∞ AC

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SIX & FIVE STUDIO

Brought to life by a forward-thinking Buenos Aires duo, art directors and graphic designers Andy Reisinger and Ezequiel Pini, the Six & Five studio creates visual poetry that stuns, surprises and inspires. Bridging the gap between design and art, the studio shines through bold, colourful and particularly artistic projects, in which a flurry of mouthwatering shapes and textures never fail to draw attention. We look at how the two creatives combine their skills, to work together in a fun and cohesive environment. →

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Tell us a bit about yourselves

different material properties: we can

and the identity behind your studio,

spend days exploring the limits of a

Six & Five.

material. We like to take the latter to a place that is uncomfortable and

We created Six & Five with the hope

that allows it to be the protagonist of

of being a link between the design

our work. Every one of our pieces has

and art worlds. They are inherently

some form of material exploration.

and historically connected, but as the years have gone by they have become

What is the most fun part of your

increasingly isolated, as though they

work?

were never related in the first place. We are striving to help reconnect

Definitely playing around with materials,

them. We are also obsessed with

whether analogue or digital. →

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“We like to take a material to a place that is uncomfortable and that allows it to be the protagonist of our work.”

What does your work environment

personal interests and how does this

look like?

feed into your work?

We work inside an old factory that

We combine our different styles

was fitted in order to have living

in a certain way: simplicity versus

spaces. We really love to be in a place

complexity.

where you can use the same lift that, years and years ago, was used for

What do you each contribute

transporting big, heavy machines.

to Six & Five, individually?

How do you work harmoniously

We both work on the same projects

together?

at the same time. We are always discussing composition, colours, ideas

We share the files and all the things

– everything.

with which we work. That’s our best way of harmonising. Sharing and being

A word of wisdom to share with us?

open-minded to talking and accepting each other’s ideas.

Not the old, not the new, but the necessary. ∞

How different or alike are your

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S Y B I L L A PAT R I Z I A

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P H O T O G R A P H Y S Y B I L L A P A T R I Z I A

STYLING & WARDROBE ABI JOY SAMUEL AW15

HAIR MART LEE

22-year-old fashion photographer Sybilla Patrizia returns to the pages of M A K E U P TA DA S H I K I M U R A NeverLazy Magazine with her editorial

Modern Pirate. Featuring intriguing garments by Abi Joy Samuel, this shoot is deeply textured and rich in dark,

P H OTO G R A P H Y A S S I S TA N T

soft hues as it presents a mysterious

K A R O LY A N TA L T E N D L

and captivating aura. Sybilla shares her story, from her relaxed yet passionate approach to her art, to the

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“My driving force is people’s suffering to make this world better.”

Tell us about yourself and your love

is very down to earth and a great

together to do a photo shoot we

for photography…

way to stay curious and learn about

decided to see how her garments

different countries, cultures and

would evolve during the design

I grew up in Austria but have travelled

people. At the moment I find myself

process, and then create a somewhat

to and lived in several places around

struggling between positively shaping

natural setting for them to blossom in.

the world such as India, Japan, Hong

the world through my photography

For this particular shoot, Abi designed

Kong, Italy and currently, London.

and satisfying my own passion for

a few pieces for a collection inspired

Meeting people from various cultures

creating beautiful work, but I hope

by 18th century costumes and female

and experiencing different lifestyles

that one day I will be able to do both.

pirates. We both loved the idea of creating a modern interpretation of

has always inspired me, which is why I initially started doing documentary

What is the concept behind this

a strong, feisty, female pirate, and so

and travel photography. It was only

editorial story, and how much did

this is what we ultimately went for!

when I moved to London that I really

the garments influence the rest of the

got into fashion photography, and so

shoot?

What is the most important part of preparing a photo shoot?

this is what I mostly do these days. I created this editorial with my good What I love about fashion photography friend and talented fashion designer

If I am shooting on location I will check

is how versatile, ephemeral and

Abi Joy Samuel, and it was just one of

out the area at least once beforehand

experimental work can be, and

those occasions where the work and

to get a feel for the lighting, which

how much creative freedom this

ideas came together rather naturally.

exact places I would like to shoot in,

gives me as a person. Documentary

Both Abi and I are very relaxed but

how to get there, where the model

photography, on the other hand,

passionate people, so when we got

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“Competition can be stressful at times but it’s actually a great way to grow as an artist.”

get together with the stylist and

moving to London, but never have

work with different media, but I also

roughly outline when and where we

I ever been challenged as much

like editorials which are clean and to-

will shoot which outfit. Shooting in the

creatively as I have been here. If you

the-point. As a fashion photographer

studio is much easier because there is

are constantly surrounded by great

I believe it’s also important to know

less to do beforehand, but testing out

photographers and breathtaking work,

about styling, make-up and hair, as

the lighting is definitely a must. The

you just have to push yourself to

you will often have to direct the mood

more prepared I am for a shoot, the

become better every day. Competition

of the shoot.

less I have to stress while working and

can be stressful at times but it’s

the more I can fully concentrate on

actually a great way to grow as an

taking pictures, instead.

artist.

A word of wisdom to share with us? Any person, but especially artists,

What is your driving force?

How much do you embrace

should be knowledgeable, curious,

versatility and experimenting?

empathetic and humble. The most disappointing thing about many

Beautiful artwork as inspiration for my own work and people’s suffering to

Not as much as I probably should. I

artists I have met is that they live in a

make this world better.

think experimenting with photography

little bubble and often have no idea

and other art forms is great when

what’s going on in the rest of the

done tastefully, and this also helps

world. I think always being interested

Where are you based and how does

your environment change your work? one to learn and grow. Playing with

in new things, staying down to earth

the layout and incorporating aspects

and being somewhat aware of what’s

At the moment I am based in London,

of graphic design, for example, is

happening outside of your intimate

and even though I do not like the city

really exciting and I think these two

environment are things I wish more

very much, the art and photography

art forms complement each other

people would care about. ∞

scenes here are incredibly inspiring.

really well. I love editorials where

I have lived in many places before

photographers have merged their

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w. www.woojungpark.com e. cautewoo@gmail.com

PHOTOGRAPHY WOOJUNG PARK

STYLING AURELIE ZAJAKALA

B O T TA R I

H A I R R AY K

M A K E U P Y A N G S U N S E O

MODELS WANDI ZHU @ MADEMOISELLEAGENCY,

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Korean traditional jacket Personal Shirt Lanvin Pants Givenchy Jewelry Miren Lasnier

Paris-based Woojung Park isn’t one to stray from currency: continuously inspired by the trends that redefine the fashion industry, his photographic work boldly combines new and more traditional themes. His new editorial story Bottari introduces the hanbok, a traditional Korean garment, in a new and decidedly edgy way.

Tell us a bit about yourself and your aesthetic. I went to a fine arts school in southern France and so was trained to be an artist, but after my studies I went into philosophy and science, instead. This lasted for about 10 years and, a few years ago, I discovered fashion photography by coincidence. →

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Te d d y E l e v e n P a r i s Underdress Yves Saint Laurent Jewelry Miren Lasnier

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I try to produce things that I like:

What is this editorial story about

How did you bring traditional

sometimes this can be fashion

and how did the concept come to

themes together with a modern

photography, and other times artistic

mind?

concept?

projects that can be exhibited in

For some time I have wanted to use

I simply gave my stylist hanbok

galleries and fashion magazines.

the hanbok, a traditional Korean

garments, along with some images

outfit, in my fashion shoots. I did not

for inspiration. I wanted her to

What drives you most as a

want to represent it in a traditional

bring these together with a sense

photographer?

manner – I wanted to show it in a

of European modernity. It was very

different form, by merging it with a

much about improvising! The make-up

Introducing fashion into my

more European style. I mentioned this

artist and hairstylist I worked with are

photographic work forces me to think

project to Aurélie, my stylist, and she

Korean, so we really brought Western

about renewal, because I have to

loved the idea. The name of the series

and Eastern styles together.

adapt to trends in the industry. This

came me later: ‘bottari’, a Korean

also gives me ideas for my personal

word, is simply the name of the fabric

work. To me, the ability to adapt to

packages that you can see in the

new projects and renew my ideas are

photos.

photography. My wish is to produce

key to being a photographer.

A word of wisdom to share with us? This Ella Wheeler Wilcox quote in the film Oldboy (2003): “Laugh, and the world laughs with you. Weep, and you weep alone.” ∞

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Above: Sweate r Bianca Popp Unde rdress Daniel Hechter Shoes Anne Valerie Hash

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Dress & Skirt Meche Underskir t COS Shoes Pull & Bear

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Opposite: Dress Yanina Couture Shoes Pull & Bear Above: Kimono Etam D ress Meche

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Above: Sweate r Bianca Popp Unde rdress Daniel Hechter Shoes Anne Valerie Hash Opposite: Korean traditional jacket Personal Déshabillé KS Paris

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ALEXANDRE FÉLIX

w. www.alexandrefelix.com e. contact@alexandrefelix.com

PHOTOGRAPHY ALEXANDRE FÉLIX

STYLING NOÉMIE FERRÉ

S T Y L I N G A S S I S TA N T L I L A R I VA I N

DRAMA HAIR CYRIL NANINO

MAKEUP MARIE TRITSCH

LO C AT I O N T H É Â T R E L E R A N E L A G H PA R I S

Shot in the French capital’s stunning Théâtre le Ranelagh, Drama by photographer Alexandre Félix gives glamour centre stage through rich red hues, a stunning play on light and exquisite styling. This David Lynchinspired story is mysterious and disturbing, with an aura as dark as it is brooding, and will have one thirsting for more. Styling by Noémie Ferré, make-up by Marie Tritsch and hair by Cyril Nanino. ∞ AC

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P a n t s & To p G r o u n d Z e r o Socks Falke Shoes Louise Assomo

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Opposite: Shir t Victoria/Tomas Pants Drome S ocks Falke Shoes Louise Assomo Above: Coat Louise Assomo

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Above: D ress Thomas Lourvel O pposite: D ress Jacques Skirt Thomas Lourvel Peplum Belt Zana Bayne

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Polo Ground Zero Dress Thomas Lourvel

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Opposite: Polo Ground Zero Skirt Karoline Lang A c c e s s o r i e s T h o m a s L o u r v e l A b o v e : To t a l L o o k L o u i s e A s s o m o

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HARDY SEILER

HARDY SEILER

Hardy Seiler, the talent behind

dynamism to this city as I felt there

eponymous German studio Bureau

was a lack of cultural events here

Hardy Seiler, brings clean design to

when I was still a student.

the forefront with projects in which striking colour schemes, natural

Edelstall is a co-working space which

materials and a sleek aesthetic fuse

supports different startups. This give

together brilliantly. The undeniably

us the opportunity to collaborate with

confident graphic designer talks about

people from other disciplines, and it

his vision and influences, and what

also leads to great projects. I am also

he hopes to bring to his city through

the creator of events such as Out The

visually simple yet conceptually

Box, which brings great designers

energetic work.

such as Eike KĂśnig, Andreas Uebele and Mario Lombardo to Hanover, and

Tell us a bit about yourself and

gives them the chance to improvise in

your current projects, Edelstall and

front of a small audience using objects

Bureau Hardy Seiler...

taken out of a box.

I am a graphic designer based in

At the bureau, we work on very

Hanover. As head of Bureau Hardy

different projects from animated

w. www.hardyseiler.de

Seiler and co-founder of Edelstall,

movies to brand design. There

e. mail@hardyseiler.de

I always wanted to bring more

are three to four designers →

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“My ideal studio is inspired by the combination of different cultures that you’ll find at an airport.”

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from different countries and with

our own communication. For instance,

different backgrounds, working at

I wish we had more time to update our

the bureau. I really enjoy this mixture

portfolio or create our own corporate

of cultures – it always brings a new

design, but our clients will always be

perspective to our projects and that’s

our priority.

what makes it work.

What does your ideal studio What inspires you about your line

look like?

of work? I have always had a fascination Graphic design is a job that’s full of

with airports. They’re places where

challenges. For me it’s like a sport.

people from different backgrounds

Every day is a new race, every project

meet and connect. I guess my ideal

is a way to perfect skills. And it’s also

studio is inspired by this combination

a team sport! At the bureau I work

of different cultures. I see it as a

with two to three designers and

place where a multidisciplinary team

their opinion is always important

exchanges ideas and experiences. This

in the process of creation. I believe

ideal is actually the base of how our

communication is the key to making

studio works every day.

a studio work.

What type of client do you most love What do you struggle with on

working for?

a day-to-day basis? I think it’s never about the type of We are so committed to our projects

client but more about the feeling you

that we barely find time to work on

have with them. It doesn’t matter →

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“Graphic design is like a sport: every day is a new race, every project is a way to perfect skills.”

if the company or event is big or

small office with great ambition. We

small, so long as the project has great

are flexible and open-minded and

ambition and the client believes in it.

whatever is coming, we are ready for!

I always tend to choose a client with my gut , and so far I haven’t been

A word of wisdom to share with us?

disappointed. We like to include the client in the process of creation, as we

Keep trying and trying. That’s how we

believe that their opinion and point

work at the office: we explore all the

of view are needed to make a good

solutions to make sure we have the

design.

best one in the end. I remember Karl Lagerfeld saying that 95% of his work

Where do you see yourself in a few

goes to the bin, so I always remind

years from now?

my team that we have to work for the trash because we will only keep 5% of

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what we make. That is to say, I believe

know where Bureau Hardy Seiler

that good design is the result of a

will be in a few years, but we are a

good process. ∞

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