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se7en dvd slip cover

3 pillars of inspiration

GET INSPIRED BY ARCHITECTURE FASHION AND VISUAL ARTISTS

AUDREY KAWASAKI the do lab iris van herpen soey milk mara hoffman john lautner pilotto silvia pelissero


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04 ABOUT ME

06 ARCHITECTS

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MY WORKS

42 CREDITS

07 frank lloyd wright 10 john lautner 13 the do lab 18 iris van herpen 21 mara hoffman 24 PETER PILOTTO 27 audrey kawasaki 31 SILVIA PALISSERO 34 SOEY MILK 36 SE7EN DVD COVER 38 T-SHIRT DESIGN 40 WORDMARK


I am an artist, designer, an aspiring web developer and a novice photographer, currently studying at algonquin college.

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architecture

I’ve always seemed to admire the great works of architects throughout the whole human existence. It astounds and fascinates me on how they’ve managed to develop such intricate designs, and then managing to bring them to life. A lot of architects really do push boundaries, and create structures that you could never have imagined to ever exist. I am inspired not just by modern approaches of architecture but even the gothic architecture as well. They are both two different eras of architecture, and the architectural approaches had it’s own underlying purposes.

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FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT

Marin Country Civic Center in San Rafael, California

Fallingwater designed in 1935 in rural Pennsylvania

Taliesin West in Scottsdale

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Wayfarers Chapel in California

Milliard House in Pasadena, California

Ennis House Los Angeles California

Wright’s architectural venture was endured during a period of social, and technological revolution; he was able to embrace change and take full advantage of the new materials, scientific and technological advances while still being influenced by the twentieth century values. He pushed aside the European styles in which Americans have come to favour, and created designs in which that were organic and spiritual. He had upmost respect for “Nature”, and made him constantly inspired. I’m drawn to how his designs are organic, and took great advantage of the environments. For instance he feels that there should be as many different styles of houses as there are different kinds of people, since this is what makes everyone different individuals. Therefore an individual has a right to expression him/herself in his/her own environ8

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ment. Another perspective would be that the buildings should be apart of the environment and be able to live together and complimented one another. Frank Lloyd Wright was deemed the greatest American architect of all time in 1991, by the American Institute of Architects, and twelve of his structures were published in the list of one hundred most important structures of the previous century by Architectural Record. Many of his buildings have also been deemed National Historic Landmarks, as well as to be listed on the World Heritage Site. Wright has played a big role in the history of architecture which makes him a legacy.

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The Stevens Residence Chemoshere

JOHN LAUTNER

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John Lautner is a well-known contemporary architect, he was fascinated with the relationship between human to space, and space with nature. For more than 55 years, Lautner has been designing all sorts of unique residences in and around Los Angeles, as well as all over the world. His designs are literally out of this world, and are quite dramatic. His style is “organic modernism”, as often categorized. I’ve been fascinated with space since forever now, and Lautner’s work has made it possible to bring forth something “different” in the architectural field. He’s able to make use of many geometric forms in one design, such as the use of circular and rounded aspects against more rigid non-curved elements. This has inspired me to make use of many different shapes and forms in my works.

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Bob Hope’s Home Walstrom House

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The Pagoda

Segel Residence

The Do Lab

Sheats Goldstein Residence

Lautner’s work has been exposed to many exhibitions throughout the globe, and his buildings have been seen in numerous publications, such as: a documentary film on his work and life, in the James Bond and Diehard films, video games and in commercials for television.

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Boom Festival 2010

Coachella 2008

If you are a big music enthusiast, and tends to enjoy big music festivals, you’ve at least encountered a structural creation from The Do LaB. They are a company based out in Los Angeles, and specialize in interactive environments,event production, and creative lighting design. They’re able to bring forth organic structures, full of vibrancy, with the use of found/

The Do LaB is most recognized for their one of a kind, creative event structures. They’re fun and functional, and will make any event a memorable one. They’re able to work with clients to create custom structures that are specific to their needs. For instance they’ve worked with a multitude of artists to create personalized event stages that really do suite their music genres and even themselves as a person.

Coachella 2009

natural materials, and sustainable resources.

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Coachella 2005

They’re structures give off positive vibes, and provides an environment for people to naturally gather towards. I enjoy visually and aesthetically appealing they are by the use of symmetry and beautifully well thought out colour coordinations. I’ve already come to make use of their choices of structural layering and detailing in my previous works,

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and continue to become inspired by their works. I recommend to see the event structures in person, since they are absolutely astounding. They’ll be hosting their own event stage at Coachella this year with a phenomenal structure design, which is a must see!

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I love fashion because it excretes so many endless possibilities. It can reflect peoples personalities, evokes different moods and shines who they are. The process of fashion design seems intricate; I couldn’t imagine the tremendous amount of thought process that fashion designers go through to perfect a garnet. There are many factors that designers go through when designing an article of clothing, such as; the colours, the fit, overall dimensions, envision how it would look like on a model, the materials that will be used, the functionality, and I bet so many more factors. The fashion industry is constantly undergoing shifts, yet it seems that the designs are being inspired from many eras of human existence. We sometimes feel certain pieces of clothing are “out of style” but the neat thing about many fashion designers is, that they’re able to bring a modern approach, and are easily inspired by the past.

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Iris van Herpen is a Dutch fashion designer who studied at the Artez Institute of the Arts Arnhem, and has interned for Alexander McQueen and Claudy Jongstra. She started her own fashion label in 2007, and recently released her women’s wear line in March 2013. You typically would catch her designs working the haute couture runways.

Her designs are full of movement, illusion, texture, emotion and yet it molds with the human figure. I am inspired by her use of symmetry with very layered forms, as well as how she manages to make use of many materials, which makes me look a little more deeper and think more innovatively.

IRIS V N HERPEN

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I love how her designs and inspirations are in tune with new technologies, for instance she incorporates 3D printing to achieve the detailed layered textures that we’ve all encountered in her works. She is in fact one of the first fashion designers to make 3D printing a potential when trying to create clothes and accessories.

MARA HOFFMAN

She makes it absolutely clear that she uses fashion as an artistic expression and also self-expression. Iris requires a lot of time and commitment when creating her unique pieces, there are factors of the materials being used, and even the manufacturing of new materials. Therefore she does an excessive amount of research, and collaborates with other artists and scientists.

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Mara Hoffman is a New York-based fashion designer, who graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York City. She is recognized by her heavy use of prints. She is inspired greatly by nature, mythology, mysticism and her travels from around the world, which you can easily notice about her pieces. Hoffman has her signature prints, that would feature very complex and unique details, with the use of beading or embroidery. Hoffman started off her collection back in 2000, by featuring hand-dyed couture garments, but has now evolved to theuse of original silk prints. Her work is shown on the runway during NY Fashion Week. I would describe her style as “boho-chic�, which is a fashion style that is drawn from various bohemian and hippie influences, but with a modern flair. She also incorporates intense and captivating colours that play wonderfully with the patterns she uses. What I would take from her work for inspiration would definitely be how she manages to play around with a vast assortment of colours and shapes. Her garments radiate from afar, and are quite aesthetically pleasing. Her style is tasteful, evokes the mood of happiness.

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The designers behind the PETER PILOTTO label are Peter Pilotto himself an Christopher De Vos. They mainly focus on womenswear and manages to approach the designs with classic perspectives and elegance. It’s neat to see two men having different stylistic approaches, and then manages to bring them both forth together in a functional garnet. For instance, Pilotto is concentrates on textiles and prints, where De Vos focuses on silhouettes and drapes.

PETER PILOTTO To date the clothing line is sold in over 50 countries worldwide, and was awarded the best emerging talent award at the British Fashion Awards in 2009. What I take away from their designs is the amazing use of patterns, and colours. They are able to create amazing textures, that make you feel as if they are 3 dimensional, when they are actual flat designs. Plus they seem to have many ethnic influences in the patterns and textures used. I also enjoy the use of geometrical designs, which can be manipulated to create an illusion. 24

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Their clothing is mainly haute couture, since you typically wont see the clothing be warn for everyday occasions, but rather on the runaway and as strong fashion statements when out for special events and such. 25


visual art

Illustration is a huge part of my artistic life, it allows me to create whatever I please, with the use of endless mediums. I have a grand list of artists, that i’m tremendously inspired by, and they are all acknowledged by their personal styles, the mediums they use, their creativity and many other factors that define a ground-breaking artist. What I take most from an illustration is their artistic methods, such as if they use a specific method to achieve their desired result. We all know how to draw, but push it to the next level, we must enhance our techniques; this goes for the use of other mediums such as painting. Aside from the technical aspect of illustration, there is the emotional aspect. Through the use of colours, and stylized strokes; and somewhat grasp what the overall mood you feel about the piece. Then you also wonder what emotional circumstances the artist must have been in, when composing the piece.

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Her work is featured in many galleries all over the world (Japan, Italy, Canada, and Australia) and does many shows with many great fellow artists.

Audrey Kawasaki began her artistic venture from reading Japanese manga comics when she was a child, and evidently wanted to become a manga artist. She attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York; but left after two years, the professors focused on conceptual art, and she felt that it was inaccessible and too high class. The professors also resisted her figurative and illustrative style. Audrey at the time being a young artist wanted to shine with her own distinctive style. Her work as both innocent and erotic; and is heavily influenced by manga comics and Art Nouveau. She makes use of multiple layers in her pieces. She first sketches onto the wooden canvas, and thus moves on to bringing the painting to life with the delicate use of oil paints. “It’s all the same girl,” says Kawasaki. “It’s one person.” This statement goes for all the young girls that are depicted in Audrey’s paintings, they are distinct but really are all identical. I am apart of the ever expanding fan base of Audrey Kawasaki; she has a unique and distinctive style that radiates through every one of her pieces. Her sense of flow and the way that she works with a wooden canvas is outstanding. She’s just a marvelous artist, and it really shows in her work. They’re beautiful.

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Silvia Pelissero, more evidently known as “agnes-cicile”, is an Italian painter, she attended an art high school in Rome, and continued as a self-taught artist. She has made a name for herself worldwide, and has exposed her talent through posting videos on YouTube, and receiving positive feedback on the high video views.

Silvia’s art is inspiring, beautiful, intricate and thought-provoking. She creates emotional human portraits, with the use of watercolour, acrylic, and ink. Her paintings, tend to contain a mixture of strong realism, that makes people more approached to abstract art. What inspires her, is her every life really. She sees her paintings as pages within her diary, she doesn’t want her images to describe clearly her thoughts, but to have the same feelingt hat she felt, not the stories behind it.

I am absolutely inspired by her artwork. Just the amount of emotion in the works are overwhelming. I love her colour palettes, and the way she mixes the multitude of colours together. Her paint strokes are all have their own meaning, and their own sense of belonging.

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Soey Milk is a highly skilled South-Korean born contemporary artist who now resides in the United States of America. She is currently studying at the Pasadena Art Center College of Design.

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Soey is inspired from books, the garden, dreams, strange sounds and dusks. She is effortless when using different mediums (oils, watercolour, pencil), and is able to execute beautiful detailed pieces. Her focus is mainly on the female form; the women evokes mystery, sensuality, erotica, melancholy and power. Yet their playful, expressive, and surreal. She manages to make her female figures elegant, with soft facial features. I thoroughly enjoy how she has an interest in textiles from all over the world, which has led her to render the colourful, and abstract drapery into her recent work. I’ve also been fascinated with different textiles of different origins, thus her work inspires me to make useof them in my work as well.

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An interesting fact about Soey is that she likes to draw you in her sketchbook when you’re not looking!

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Her work has been featured in many galleries and art fairs throughout the US, along side many well-known contemporary artists.

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For the Se7en DVD cover I wanted to use the sin that had the most impact for me. That sin was “greed”, at first I was thinking towards my love for animals; and came along with poaching. But then the idea was not suited for the sin, since when I re-evaluated what “greed” really meant it did not cling on as much as I really wanted it to. Then I had to do some more brainstorming. I finally came up with corporation greed, and figured out a way to visualize how some corporations/charities deem that they are benefiting other causes, yet they are only benefiting for themselves by blatantly being dishonest on where the funds are actually going. For instance, they could be rallying a campaign towards a good cause, and make people feel like their contributing. Yet they’re only contributing towards the companies pockets instead of where it’s

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“suppose” to be going towards. For the cover I chose very contrasting colour tones, and creating a visual hierarchy with the money flowing into a donation box, and thus being emptied into a CEO’s wallet. I wanted to make sure that cover was easy to decode, and move straight onto the point. I made sure to use a sort of burgundy red; that is quite favourable by the wealthy due to how it indicates power. But overall I made sure not to use too much of this colour, since it can be quite irritable.

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t-shirt design

My t-shirt design depicts a panda bear in a joyful dancing stance. I wanted to go for a vibrant, and eye catching design with the use of bold colours. It’s actually quite psychedelic. some ideas to work off of.

For the background I was inspired by Iris Van Herpen’s use of layering to create a sense of symmetrical illusion and depth with her 3D printing avant grade fashion designs. I’ve always been fond of tribal patterns and spirituality therefore with the patterned sleeves, Mara Hoffman’s extensive use of ethnically rich tribal patterns gave me to work off of.

My target audience is for the free spirited beings, with the colour tone and the overall look and feel of the design, it is most suited for a female in her teens treading towards early twenties.

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wordmark The Word Mark was actually quite simple to go about. I had a vision, and a feel to what most identified me the most. I’ve always been intrigued with “words” and their meanings. Especially “words” that we really don’t use often or simply have never heard of before. I wanted a word that grasped what my work was all about, therefore I scavenged throughout to find that word. Through all my researched I found “meraki” [may-rah-kee] (adj.), it’s a word that modern Greeks often use to describe doing something with soul, creativity, or love - when you put “something of yourself” into what you’re doing, whatever it may be. As for bringing this word to life and making it into a word mark I had to choose the write font. I wanted something organic, that had a beautiful flow. The font “ZnikomitNo24” was a wonderful choice, it’s most definitely a display font since you are unable to make use of it as a body text. Audrey Kawasaki’s art work relates to how I feel about the font.

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Playing around with different colour swatches for the inner accent colour

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07 frank lloyd wright Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Frank Lloyd Foundation, n.d. Web. 5 Feb 2014. <“http://www.franklloydwright.org/about/Overview. html.”>. “10 Great Architectural Lessons from Frank Lloyd Wright.” fresh home Design & Architecture. N.p., n.d. Web. 5 Feb 2014. <http://freshome.com/2012/09/03/10-great-architectural-lessonsfrom-frank-lloyd-wright/>.

The Telegraph. N.d. Photograph. telegraph. Feb 2014. <http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/luxuryhomes/9948571/ Take-a-tour-of-Bob-Hopes-space-age/>. David Kubiczky. N.d. Photograph. angelnoliving.Feb 2014. <http://www.angelenoliving.com/blog/stevens-residence-by-john-lautnerin-the-malibu-colony>. Jon Buono. N.d. Photograph. wanken.Feb 2014.<http:// blog.wanken.com/10216/walstrom-house-by-johnlautner/>.

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Getty Images. N.d. Photograph.StyleList. March 2014. <http://www.stylelist.com/view/mara-hoffmans-parade-ofprints-for-spring-14/#!slide=993288>. Mara Hoffman. N.d. Photograph.justluxe. March 2014. <http://www.justluxe.com/fineliving/fashion/feature-1949801.php>. Mara Hoffman. N.d. Photograph.telegraph. March 2014. <http://coliestyle.blogspot.ca/2013/04/mara-hoffmanresortswim-2013.html>.

Wright, Stephen. Fallingwater pictures: Classic view from path near lookout, 2.N.d. Photograph.Wright-HouseWeb. 5 Feb 2014. <http://www.wrighthouse.com/frank-lloydwright/ fallingwaterpictures/25SWfalling-water>.

The Do LaB . “Who We Are.” n. page. Web. Mar. 2014. <http://thedolab.com/what-we-do/who-we-are/>.

Mara Hoffman. N.d. Photograph.nocheapthrills. March 2014. <http://nocheapthrills.wordpress.com/2013/09/11/nyfwinspiration-2-marahoffman/>.

Fisher, Beth. Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesin West2. N.d.Photograph. busybethfisher. 5 Feb 2014. <http://busybethfisher.blogspot.ca/2011/05/frank-lloydwright-andtaliesin-west.html>.

The Do LaB. N.d. Photograph.The Do LaB and Coachella 2005-2010.March 2014. <http:// thedolab.com/blog/2011/01/21/coachellaand-the-dolab2005-2011/>.

Mara Hoffman. N.d. Photograph.fashionablypetite. March 2014. <http://www.fashionablypetite.com/2013/09/marahoffman-spring-2014-atmercedes.html>.

Crosby Doe Associates. N.d.Photograph.milliardhouse. 5 Feb 2014. <http://millardhouse.com/main-house/>. Fizbin. N.d. Photograph.Wikipedia. 5 Feb 2014. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Marin_Civic_Center_interior.jpg/>.

The Do LaB. N.d. Photograph.The Do LaB and Coachella 2005-2010.March 2014. <http://thedolab.com/blog/ 2011/01/21/coachellaand-the-dolab-2005-2011/>.

Holmes Jamie. N.d. Photograph. jamieholmescg. 5 Feb 2014. <http://jamieholmescg.blogspot.ca/ 2011/06/flw-ennis-house.html> Jolene. N.d. Photograph. 365-la. 5 Feb <http://www.365-la.com/2010/08/132-wayfarerschapel.html>

Gaustchi, Aaron. N.d. Photograph.Marsi Frey & Tyler Hanson Discuss Bringing Big Art, Interactive Installations and Family Workshops to Lighting in a Bottle 2012. March 2014. <http://www.aarongautschi.com/home/>. Gaustchi, Aaron. N.d. Photograph.The Do LaB andCoachella 2005-2010.March 2014. <http://www.aarongautschicom/home/>.

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“Biography of John Lautner” johnlautner. N.p., n.d. Web. Feb 2014.<http://www.johnlautner.org/wp/?p=33>.

Barret Claire . “Iris van Herpen Interview.”n. page. Web. 14 Mar. 2014. <http://www.dezeen.com/2013/04/24/ iris-van-herpen-interview/>.

Jacob, Wendy. “John Lautner-Designed Homes” houseandhome. , n.d.Web. Feb 2014. <http://houseandhome. comblogs/househome-daily/john-lautners-homes>.

Iris Van Herpen “Iris Van Herpen About” irisvanherpen.N.p., n.d. Web. March 2014. <http://www.irisvanherpen. com/about#iris-van-herpen>.

Artjocks. john lautner: sheats goldstein residence. pictures: designboom.N.d. Photograph. Feb 2014.<http:/www. designboom.com/architecture/john-lautner-sheatsgoldsteinresidence/>.

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J. Paul Getty Trust / Julius Shulman.N.d.Photograph. Research Library at the Getty Research Institute.Feb 2014. <http://www.taschen.com/pages/en/catalogue/architecture all04329/facts.lautner.htm>. Joshua White. N.d. Photograph.swpictures. Feb2014. <http://www.jwpictures.com/collections/architecture/>.

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21 mara hoffman “Mara Hoffman” mbfashionweek. N.p., n.d. Web. March ..2014. <http://www.mbfashionweek.com/designers/mara_hoffman>,

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“Mara Hoffman” myworkandi. n.d. Web. March 2014.

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Mara Hoffman. N.d. Photograph.fashionablypetite. March 2014. <http://www.fashionablypetite.com/2013/09/marahoffman-spring-2014-atmercedes.html>.Web. 14 Mar. 2014. <http://www.dezeen.com/2013/04/24/iris-van-herpen-interview/>.

24 peter pilotto Pilotto, Peter. “Peter Pilotto.” Biography. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Jan 2014.<http://www.peterpilotto.com/>.

27 audrey kawasaki Alimurung, Gendy. “Audrey Kawasaki: Girl Chaser.” LA WEEKLY. N.p., 19 May 2011. Web. 22 Jan 2014. <http://www. laweekly.com/2011-05-19/la-life/audrey-kawasaki-girl-chaser/>. Herman , Josh. “Interview with Audrey Kawasaki.” Artillery Magazine. 3.3 (2009): n. page. Web.22 Jan. 2014. <http://www.artillerymag.com/archives/v3i3_09/current/feature3.html>. Kawasaki, Audrey. “Audrey Kawasaki - info: bio.” Audrey Kawasaki. N.p.. Web. 22 Jan 2014. <http://www.audrey-kawasaki.com/info.php?p=bio>. Kawasaki, Audrey. “Audrey Kawasaki - paintings” Audrey Kawasaki. N.p.. Web. 22 Jan 2014. <http://www.audrey-kawasaki.com/galleries.php?g=1>. MacTribe, . “MacTribe Interview: Audrey Kawasaki.” MacTribe. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Jan 2014. <http://www.mactribe.com/news/features/feature14.php>.

31 silvia pelissero Silvia Pelisserio “Silvia Pelissero” agnes-cecile. N.p., n.d. Web. March 2014. <http://agnes-cecile.cleanfolio.com/about/>. lintu47, “PE Interview with agnes-cecile.” n. page. Web. 14 Mar. 2014. <http://lintu47.deviantart.com/journal/ PE-Interview-withagnes-cecile-321966072>. Silvia Pelissero. N.d. Photograph.miss violence. March 2014. <http://agnescecile.cleanfolio.com/gallery/631472>. Silvia Pelissero. N.d. Photograph.This should be my place. March 2014.<http://agnescecile.cleanfolio.com/gallery/631458#4>. Silvia Pelissero. N.d. Photograph.geststures. March 2014.<http://agnescecile.cleanfolio.com/gallery/631472#3>. Silvia Pelissero. N.d. Photograph. loss.March 2014. <http://agnescecile.cleanfolio.com/gallery/631458#7>. Silvia Pelissero. N.d. Photograph.drawing restraint. March 2014. <http://agnescecile.cleanfolio.com/gallery/631471#4>. Silvia Pelissero. N.d. Photograph. la nostra infinita abnegazione. March 2014. <http://agnescecile.cleanfolio.com/gallery/631458#15>.

34 soey milk Milk, Soey. Personal Interview. 08 Feb 2012. <“http://wwwnoirnotebookcom/2012/02/soey-milk-artistinterview/”>. “Miss Scarlett in the Parlor.” intheparlor N.p.,n.d. Web. Feb 2014.<http://www.intheparlor.com/?page_id=35>. “Studio Visit with Soey Milk.” Hi Fructose. N.p., n.d. Web. Feb 2014.<http://hifructose.com/2014/01/21/studio-visit-with-soeymilk/>. Soey Milk. Fortune Soul pictures: Fortune Soul. N.d. Photograph.milkbomb. Feb 2014. <http://milkbomb.blogspot. ca/2013/08/fortune-soul-21-x-14.html>. Soey Milk. N.d. Photograph.soeymilk. Feb 2014. <http://soeymilk.com>.

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