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Hello! I am glad to present to you a new issue of the magazine. We do our best that our magazine would come out every month. We try to saturate it not only with visual content but also with audio and text. Is very pleasant that amount of author becomes more as well, as the readers. A growing number of people connected to the creation of our publication, which certainly will make the magazine more interesting from issue to issue. The editorial office facing with steady growth of of letters we receiving, and works and with a disadvantage , in both time and space. So once again i'm bringing my apology to all those who responded late and those authors whose works are published with delay. I just want to assure you that we are trying to do our best,so the issues will get more interesting and rich. Your "like"s and your download are the best reward for us. We also welcome links that you post on your sites, Facebook or Twitter. The more links, the more visits and more visits the more will see the work published by the authors. I remind you that we are totally free publication and that all who are working on the creation of the magazine, do it selflessly, guided only by there love to this work. Just a reminder that publication has the ability to send pdf files with high resolution, for those who want print the magazine. Once again, thank you ... So, here we go! Your Ed Safin N.2 2013


"Reading Murakami ..." - I am funny? Tenderly embraced her: Yes. - Do you love me? Gently smiling: Yes. - How?

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Speaking in his ear, almost a whisper: As thousands crashed flashlights ... - But you still think about it? It is a sad look in her eyes: Yes ... - But one day you will think only about me? It was not easy ... He was not able to say anything specific now, could not promise anything. But the love filled all of its essence, his heart loved The heart of boy with eyes wise man ... and Gioconda`s smile. Svetlana Safin


Camille Deillon Margo Wiessman Elani Jacobs Adriana Gerasimova and ADDMINIMAL Creative Studio DJ Gusto Sophie Fontaine Alisa Levy Barbara Monacelli

Editorial Office: Ed Safin Svetlana Safin Alisa Levy

Piero Perfetto Dayve Ward

cirkumfleks@gmail.com Special thanks:

Dariusz Klimczak Farida Simone Yiriy Ratush

Margo Wiessman Changeant Trapier Alberto Fernandez de Agirre Leslie Cifelli

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Camille Deillon

Born in 1989 in Switzerland, I finished my studies at ERACOM in Lau- sanne since July 2012 and I am currently looking for a job in graphic design. I draw since my childhood and I am created a personal universe inspi- red fantasy art, Oriental art and my fascination with nature, body and face, the hidden and the revealed. My drawings and paintings seek only represent my thoughts, my dreams, fleeting images that pass through my head.

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I’m breathlessly abandoning myself, to my anger, I became steeped in it… I want to open my chest to show you how I feel the feeling being like me, I want to run like wild wolf, against the wind, without being afraid of being abandoned. I felt a terrible desire to run away… and some angels there in the corner they are watching me with fear… I am crying the tears of my soul and they are rolling on my face to your chest, you are afraid too and I wonder why you are still here watching me in my dirty sickness… I’m abandoning myself…..

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I am making love with you and I am crying, you swallow my tears to keep me in your loneliness… You tell me stories about the world of snow, I am trembling… I am arching, beneath me, it is the universe in miniature. People are deaf, dumb.. are barren, they crash each-other or disappear. I remain desolated in a half world where the shadows are lengthened, penetrating the night in a world where, stuck on you, naked, our skin smells like mushrooms on logs… We are talking about emo and depressions, my locks have left in your mouth… The light of the snow fills the room… and I don´t know why am I anymore… Fire and ice.. I guess that is me. Sometimes my mind is silent.. sometimes my heart stop beating or is screaming in my chest… and thousands of thoughts are struggling under my eyelids. Fire and ice… enthusiasm and sadness, strength and weakness, anger and calm, love and hate, fever…. Sometimes I am cold even with myself… sometimes I am too ardent and I am melting away… I am melting away the anger, or the passion… Yes, I surrender… And I am still making love with you and I am crying…

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el silencio del mar en Euskal Herria (the silence of the sea in Basque Country)

By Margo Wiessman landscape format, 58 pages. prices: Softcover US $41.45 Hardcover, Dust Jacket US $50.45 Hardcover, ImageWrap US $53.45 http://www.blurb.com/books/3658731


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I am a freelance photographer based in the Free state, South Africa.  I was born on July 31, 1991.  I fell in love with photography a few years ago, and I never looked back  I love taking anything from portraits to street art to fine art photography, and to experiment with all types of photography. .  I have a variety of styles of photography, which mostly depends on the client or the creative mood I am in on the day.  I love working with beautiful people, and beautiful places.  I try to keep my Photographs as sensual and flowing as possible (depending on the photograph of course)  I have done work with black and white film SLR cameras, as well as DSLR cameras.  "a picture is a secret within a secret.  the more it tells you the less you know" (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine

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When was the last time you were in a perfume shop? And why not? Do you like to smell different bottles? Do you like shower gel with smelles? Is it important for you to smell hand cream that you use? Just don't say that you answered to all those questions 'no'.

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For each one of us smells mean very much. Do you remember the smell of freshly cut grass in the meadow? Can recreate the smell of snow in the memory, which is so similar to the smell of watermelon? Perhaps the most delicious scents for you - freshly ground coffee and an interior of a leather car?

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Don't you ever felt dizzy from the smell that reminded you something old, expensive, forgotten? I still remember the perfume L `Eau par Kenzo, though it's hardly i'll ever buy them as a gift, or even more, that I will use them myself. Too many memories associated with them, memories of events that will never happen again. Thank God, of course, but when on the street, passing by me a girl, followed by thin stretches of familiar smell of "L `Eau", I'm catching my self following it.

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We can not disown the smell that comes to us with the breath. After a while we get used to odors that have plagued us and stop to smell the chemical industry in the city, the smell of dog in the apartment and the smell of mustiness in the summer house. But anyone getting in these conditions for the first time, of course immediately identify and chemicals, and the presence of a dog, and a long damp problem. Odor traps us with memories and ready to pounce at us any moment. If at any time of our life attended a certain smell, it will always remind you, creating such vivid memories, which you never will get from any old photos or music. No other experience of any other senses are unable to give such strong anchors as odors. I assure you, if your beloved one used a certain cologne, that smell will remind you of him even after a year. Whether you like it or not, this is how it works. Paradoxically, how people underestimate the impact of smells in there life. And just because the smell is not visible to the eye. Our culture is visually overwhelming, but it's not atrophies our other senses. Therefore, the value and power of smell becomes an unexpected discovery. Perfume - the invisible man of our lives. Perfumes identify you as good as clothes and makeup. You can be calm and even casually dressed, but if you smell of good perfume, it will cause others to evaluate you completely differently.

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We smart enough to evaluate our appearance, each one somehow looking for a style in which he dresses, selects items in the shop and on the pages of the magazine. We style our hair, brush our shoes, we try to look neat. But only perfume gives a person indifferent. You can be whatever you like dressed up, wearing makeup, refined. But if you don't smell of perfume, you will be just an external image, you packed yourself in these clothes to impress, but it's not the call of a heart. Only the smell of perfume destined for few people will say a lot about you.

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in our perception person, from which coming pleasant smell of cologne, looks completely different. He immediately moved to another class because only the smell indicates that he does care about himself. If a person is willing to spend money on things that are not visible eye, in front of you connoisseur. These people buy bags without the logo that others will not able to evaluate them on the logo of the fashion house. These people may be dressed quietly, and even sports, but they will always come fresh perfume. This is important. It is important for them. Wouldn't you like that nice smell will complement your appearance? Do not you would like to see from you smelled anything other than soap? People to breathe in deeply and smiled? Surely you do not want your image through the years stood up over the shoulder of man, in whom you have not seen, as soon as it senses your perfume scent? You would be amazed if they knew how many of these invisible "man"s accompanies us. Many are now telling us tales of common allergens, odors of obsessions, the natural smell of cleanliness. These are the myths of uneducated and vulgar people. The smell of cleanliness does not exist in nature - there is sterile smell, but it barely achievable. If we, as human beings, we will not use fragrances, we do not smell clean and fresh, except if you'll put in your pocket a piece of cheap soap. But this is not the way, right? Yes, it happens that  not enough educated people impose on others,  smell their perfume, too heavy, too sweet - but basically just too strong. These same smells with moderate use will be soft and tender. There is no need to notify all the others what perfume do you use, it's unnecessary. 

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The smell of your perfume is a very personal, intimate thing, which is designed only for those who can enter into your personal space. And the smaller it is, the weaker will be the smell of perfume. If you simply hugging at the meeting, sit down, and do not avoid close physical contact with another person, your perfume will manifest itself only through close contact. If you prefer to stay away from people, you can put a little more fragrance, so the companion could catch it shade when you're getting arm's length closer and until you stepped back again. If you follow this simple rule, you are not likely to cause allergic reactions in your environment.

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Perfume - it is a personal, intimate information, and it should not be publicly available. If you have a fresh daytime perfume, then everyone will be pleasant only if you bring it with you to the office. If in the evening you have chosen a more appropriate dense smell, it can be sensed only by  the one who will hug you. If you have such a person yet, it's not an excuse. Do you still have you, and you can do it for yourselves. Perfume is the best suited for the role of a small, but important delightful mystery. Who deserves it more than you? Perfume is not customary to give only if you are not sure of the brand. Do not wait until the admirer will hand you a bottle of his own choosing, go to the salon and choose for yourself. Perfumes can complement your visuals, and can subtly contradict him. If you're a sports girl, it does not mean that you will accept only fresh cool flavors. It is quite possible that it was spicy oriental scent will tells as about secretly ardor of your nature and passion in hobbies. If you are a sultry beauty with a fatal look, you're not chained to the oriental scents and light floral aroma perfectly settle the discrepancy looks and feelings. The most feminine beauty in furs and décolleté can take a unisex scent to tell that she cheerful and easy-going..

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Do not believe to the magazines, do not pick the perfume by descriptions. Forget about what scents are suitable for brunettes, and what young, your perfume will be the one that will please you. In a way, advertising can help you, because associative array by manufacturer was not born from scratch but do not rely entirely on it. You can help consultants, if you have a solid idea of what scent you would like, you may ask to see oriental or floral perfume. But do not forget that the perception of all is different, and the perfume that for you will feel unbearably sweet, the  salesperson can advise you as a fresh citrus scent.

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Do not underestimate yourself. No matter how much time you spend in the store and how many times you get back there. Price of perfume justifies your every visit. You don't  own nothing the global brand, it is them that wants you to make a purchase. Sniff coffee beans in a cup, collect paper testers liked to try the flavors on your wrist and wear for the day, checking the reaction. All this will become unimportant when you find a bottle. You will not have a doubt, you'll know that you have found your scent, so it will be pleasant to you. You do remember that the smells around us all our life, so everyone will find precisely the cocktail of aromas, which will produce the best feeling of most dizzying euphoria. If you close your eyes and ready to smell the cork from eternity you're on the right track. Do not forget that the first person for whom you are doing - is yourself. It is you that will during the day hold the wrist close to the face and smell the perfume. Only then it will be noticed by others. No need to buy expensive perfume smells find suitable category available for you, based on your budget. Prohibitively expensive perfume will not smell better than the average costs one, it is important that perfume say what you want it to say.

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ADDMINIMAL Creative Studio

“MUTE WARS” / 2012 Creative & Art direction : ADDMINIMAL Creative Studio / www.addminimal.com Photography : Dobrin Kashavelov Post production : ADDMINIMAL Creative Studio Costume design & Body Art : Adriana Gerasimova Crafwork : Milko Boyarov Human : Anna Peltekova Angel - Demon : Leda Stoilova

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It is an anti-war one. However its idea is not following the wars in historical aspect, but in a human one. It’s goal is not pointing “the right” and “the bad” ones. Our quriosity again analysis the duality in human. Its sinnery and saint basis. The question is which one will prevail. The pragmatic way to observe the reality, prevents us of bothering with the possibility of suffering, until we get to close to it. The impossibility to feel the fear of something never experienced. Yet, as the global thread involves you, you start to suffer your pangs of indifference post-factum.

The project “MUTE WARS” / 2012 will be followed by “EARTH WARS”. Stay tuned for it by the end of 2013.

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Dominic Scoleri

Digital artist born in the mysterious land of Scranton, Pennsylvania during the year of the Dog in 1982. Coffee for strength; music for endurance. Co-owner of Scoleri’s Brew with photographer Oliver Winter Scoleri. Inspirations and other such nonsense: Insidious, Sinister, Akira Yamaoka, Dante Alighieri, The Dillenger Escape Plan, Evil Dead Movies, Skittles, Ben Templesmith, Saturation Chamber, Five Guys Burgers, Job For A Cowboy, Hans Rudi Giger, Francis Bacon, Meshuggah, Hieronymus Bosch, Haribo Gummies, Cradle Of Filth, and Silent Hill.

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My name is Sophie Fontaine,I'm a french freelance photographer and illustrator,based in Nancy.(North-East France) I studied applied arts and litterature,and had some experience as a colorist and author of sketches before turning to photography more seriously. I mainly work film photography,which I consider as a true extension of my pictorial creations.

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I draw my inspiration from recurrent themes,like our relationship to the nature,the childhood and its anxieties,the nostalgia in all its forms,and the quest for peace and oblivion. I love the spontaneity when I shoot,and need the images speak for themselves or tell me their stories.... Here are the links to my main websites: My Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sowildfontaine/ My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ FontaineSophiePhotography My Tumblr: http://sowildphotography.tumblr.com/ (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine

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(CIRKUMFLEKS)M agazine: Alisa, wh en did photography to be your passion? start Alisa LEVY: My (m ad) story began 5 ye ars ago…I've opened eyes through the vi my ewfinder…) (CIRKUMFLEKS)M agazine: Do you re member your first camera? Alisa LEVY: Yes, I do. My first DSLR camera was a Nikon D80. (CIRKUMFLEKS)M agazine: Occupatio n by photography requires certain fina ncial and time costs ... How is your fam reacting to it? ily Alisa LEVY: It's slo wly sinking in to th eir understanding th there isn't much ch at oice but to accept it… (CIRKUMFLEKS)M agazine: What are you interested in w with? Nature, urban orking ism, details or hum a n b ei Alisa LEVY: It's pro ngs...? bably too arrogant to say that I'm interesting in everyt hing, but I really do enjoy photographing natu re, urban landscapes , the relationship between nature and the urban, and hum ans, but maybe bec this subject scares ause me the most. I'm tr ying to reach out an catch the right mom d ent. (CIRKUMFLEKS)M agazine: As you bu ild your relationship models, how do you with make them feel com fortable ? Alisa LEVY: I really can't say that I'm w orking with models. As far as the proje ct you will see in th is issue, it's really a collaboration betwee n two friends. We started this as a pretend play, a little personal theater. So all the style and posing are not mine. They come from Svetlana Gomzin, th e woman who inspir ed me with her fine guidance. Through her, I was able to ca tch this very delicate sense of the past th rough the present. This is what i'm tryi ng to show and thes e are my own guidel ines.

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(CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: And yet, what is photography for you? Alisa LEVY: Photography? Hmmm‌ What is photography? it's a very complex question to put into words. Perhaps I shoul quote my Artist Statement, which says is saying: Light is the drawing of contours and semitones; volumes and lines; the space around us. It creates an environment - an atmosphere - in which we live and exist every second. Every minute is refracted in the reflections of light, and it blurs within the limited spaces in fog, in the gradations of the two foundations of the world - black and white. The presence of colors through which one can feel and sense the world around us gives us different impressions of what seems, or at one time seemed familiar, commonplace, in the bustle of everyday life. I want to give to the viewer who sees my work a bit of the perception that fills me. My hope is that we will understand each other. This is what i'm trying to show and these are my own guidelines. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: Many say that photography today has become a profanation...That in the past ... What do you think? Alisa LEVY: I think that the past is the basis. Without it, there is no future, but you can't deny the present and ignore what is coming. The world is changing very fast, especially with technology, so the real trick is how to capture the feelings and the warmth from the past and translate it into today while taking it with you to tomorrow. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: One of the famous photographers said that the appearance of the iPhone has led to the fact that he no longer takes a camera with him everywhere he goes, as it were. How about you? Ha!‌ i'm doing the same thing...

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Fashion designer, illustrator, painter. She lives and works in Italy (Perugia). Graduated at the Academy of Costume and Fashion in Rome and, then, in Art History at the Perugia's University, she took part with her creations to many different fashion shows, among which the one on the occasion of the Centenary of Cinema (1895-1995) at Expositions Palace in Rome. Her works have been published on MODAIN Collezioni (Italy). She collaborated with Vogue Italy and Luuk Magazine. She undertook a series of brilliant collaborations, among which the ones with Pino Lancetti, Les Copains, Egon von F端rstenberg, Fuguiniao (Beijing-China). She also took part in collective exhibitions in Italy and abroad. She creates works of art inspiring herself by poetic quotations.

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Biography  

Piero Perfetto was born in Naples in 1970. At the age of six, he moved with all his family to Cameroun and lived there for the following three years. Back to Italy, he completed his studies getting an economic diploma and moved away again for a three year stay in Berlin. Coming back to Milan he attended a 3 years course at the IED (Istituto Europeo del Design). He currently lives and works in Milan. With a specialization is fashion and advertising photography, he works for several agencies and fashion magazines like Kult, Posh, Rodeo, Vogue Gioiello, Numéro Beautè, Vanity Fair Italia. In the meantime he starts various personal projects such as: "Winner and Loosers", where he portrays boxers playing in the very right moment of ending their matches; "Iceland so far so close", where he makes closeup portraits together with aerian and landscapes images; "Circus Iceland" another project in Island, "Fake-PlasticBeauty", a series of images inspired to weakness/faking/ falsification of the aesthetic human appearance. He cooperates with Up To Date and the space Forma schools where he teaches in photography fashion and advertising workshops.

CLIENTS Replat, Replay & Sons, We are replay, E-play, Nolita, Dimensione Danza, Canali, Lacoste, Moreschi, Brema, Breil, Bmw, Mercedes, Renault, Toyota, Fiat, Yamaha, Bayer, Alitalia, Cisalpina, Maalox Vodafone, Warner Village, Mini, Deutsche Bank, Unicredit, BPU, Generali Assicurazioni, Bayer, Get Fit, Flou, Sole24ore, Thyssenkrupp, Shell, Total, Pirelli, Purina, RAI, La Sette, Candolini, Pam, M&m's, Whirlpool, 3 telefonia, Dr. Scholls, Les Enfants, Geneva, Henkel, Teatro Eliseo Roma, Studio Universal, Amplifon, Telecom, Adidas, INPS, Star, Togo, Lav, Sony music, Sugar music, Marlene Kuntz, Samuele Bersani, Vanity Fair Italia, Rodeo, Posh Magazine, Kult, Vogue gioiello, Numéro Beautè

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Background: I'm a British professional photographer, based in Cumbria, in the UK. I've been making images professionally for 25 years, but really started in my school days, when my father, an enthusiastic armature photographer, introduced me to the subject and passed down various old cameras. I used the garden shed as a studio when I was at school and used the most basic of angle-poise lights to create my early studio shots. I'm interested in all things visual and my main area of photography has been in the studio. I've always been intrigued by lighting and composition and have felt that I can control these more effectively and precisely within a studio environment. Inspiration: With the internet, I'm able to browse countless images from other photographers worldwide and gain valuable inspiration. I don't have a particular artist in mind when I'm looking at images. For me, the image is all-important. I also look at photography used in book cover designs, as it's good to see images in context. Current work: One of my current projects involves photographing the human figure. We all have a natural resonance with the human form, both at a fundamental, genetic level and from multi-perspective viewpoints, including sensual and sexual. For me, the sensual lines of the human form combined with sympathetic lighting and pose, serve to enhance my own feelings on the subject. I light my images for this body of work deliberately low-key; the sculptural form is revealed heavily by suggestion and exploration by the viewer. Dark areas, which are void of detail, are as important as the illuminated outlines. I liken my bodyform images to a secret garden; the viewer explores the image and fills in the missing information as their eyes and mind wonder around in order to build the whole picture. The secret garden doesn't reveal everything at once, but it's layout is gradually built up in the mind as we move through it's hidden sections, through it's boarders and hidden archways. The viewer may take only a brief moment to visualize the whole image, but even this short delay helps to maximize their appreciation of the human body. The loop from my own mind, via the image, to the viewer's mind is an important aspect of my work. This inclusive approach to my work allows the viewer to interpret my thoughts and motives for creating the images.

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There are other aspects to photographing people besides the creation of an image. Working with a model and building a relationship (especially a model who is exposed) requires great trust. A sensitivity to the model's feelings is paramount in the studio sessions. Making sure the model is relaxed and feels safe in the studio is critical to a successful in making an image. This project's direction may change, as is often the case. I don't mind my work taking on a fluid or dynamic course. In fact, the mystery of discovery is a large part of my interest in photography. As with other areas of photography, I look for that moment when the image making takes on a life of its own. When you're in the zone and focused on the image, there's an intense and powerful feeling of emotional involvement brought on by the creative process. Technique: On lighting: I continually experiment with lighting in the studio. I have developed a certain style though. I tend towards elegant, one-light lighting and make a great use of small reflectors to add detail to specific areas. This simplicity works particularly well with the models I photograph. I like this way of working, as it allows a greater personal interaction in my work. It's reminiscent of the darkroom, where dodging and shading in print making are used to create the fine print. Technology: New technology opens up a whole area of creativity, from viewing other artists' work at the click of a mouse to creating your own images with immediate results and feedback. For me, digital photography has increased my creativity a great deal. Although I plan my images and lighting, I like the idea of extemporaneous experimentation that the digital workflow allows me. It's important, though, to have a plan or idea before embarking on a project, no matter how loose or vague the idea is. Sketching out ideas on style, lighting, composition and the technical aspect of making images are as important as ever. Digital photography enhances those fundamentals. Advice to beginners: If I had to give any advice to beginners, it would be to look at the work of others. I find Behance an invaluable reference source, but on-line photo libraries are also good sources of ideas. Have somewhere to put your ideas. An ideas book has always been part of my life. It's full of rough sketches for possible projects and images. Look at art and photography and visit galleries too. A visual mind needs a lot of stimulus.

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I've always been interested in the way light flows over a subject. The way it interacts and reveals contour and texture. The way the quality of the illumination dictates how we react to the subject. It may be harsh and show, without compromise, a subject's texture, or it may be soft and seem to drift over it's subject with grace and elegance.

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My bodyform series tries to capture the beauty of the human form. It's a subject that naturally appeals to us all and it was an interesting diversion to my main area of still-lives. The model moves in the light and constantly changes pose. I make the images when it looks and feels right. It's a fluid process and has a certain dynamic quality. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine

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Dariusz Klimczak was a painter, journalist, drummer in a rock band. Pictures doing for almost 30 years, for several years engaged in photomontages. Exhibits his works in many Polish and foreign photographic portals. He has several solo exhibitions and participated in several international exhibitions. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine

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Last year, several papers and an extensive interview with the author of the pages were published in the prestigious UK publishing ALTERED IMAGES - New Visionaries in 21st Century Photography. Winner of the Mayor of Slupsk scholarship (May 2012.). He sells limited editions of their work at home and abroad. His photos adorn the walls of houses, among others in Canada, USA, France, Australia, Germany, Sweden and Norway.

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(CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: Tell us briefly about yourself. Dariusz Klimczak: I'm 45 years old, lived with my family in Poland, in the countryside, near the Baltic Sea. I have a 6-year old daughter Nina, my source of joy and inspiration. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: How long have you been doing photography? Dariusz Klimczak: Photographing for over 30 years, about 10 years ago I began photomontages, that have become my true passion. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: Is your vision of how you are, coming from the childhood? Dariusz Klimczak: I think so. I studied art in school. I know the theory and basics, the history of art and photography. I was a painter, for more than 10 years, write 2 books, play the drums in rock band. My whole life was permanently connectedwith art. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: Where are you getting inspiration? Dariusz Klimczak: From many sources: landscape, music, some architectural detail, films. I've always been an observer. The creative photography gives me the opportunity to build new worlds, living in my imagination or subconscious. I want to tell stories through pictures, which moved to viewers, forced to reflect or smile. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine

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(CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: What music, books, movies giving you inspiration? Name your favorites. Dariusz Klimczak: Music is my drug :) I work at home, music plays all the time. I like many music stules, from salsa, jazz, to death metal and prog rock. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: Do you have a goal, and so that is it? Dariusz Klimczak: I have a few goals. Soon I open my own company, I plan to release an album of black-and-white montages. Tomorrow I'm opening of the first exhibition of this year, and I already have plans for two more. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: How do you feel about technology and new methods that are available today for  creating some artistic production? Dariusz Klimczak: Artist without talent doesn't help any software, even the best. The same works the other way: if a great artist is working on weak hardware, its chances of achieving the desired effect of decreasing. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: What would advise to the beginners? Dariusz Klimczak: Being a photographer is not unique. Millions of people take pictures. The point is to find your own style. Don't be afraid of experiments and making faults, constantly explore new territories. And wok, systhematic work, everyday. Thaat's all. (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine

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Farida Simone has studied Graphic Design for fashion in Rotterdam and Art management in Utrecht. She graduated from both studies, and started her career as an assistant stylist, to learn the skills of the fashion&art industry. She has also guided and worked with some street-art and graffiti artist on major projects. Along the way she developed her own style, and creations that goes by the name: Visual fashion summaries. Farida now works on projects as a page filling artist for magazines, provides wallpaper and as a freelance collage maker which she rather calls: ‘Visual Summaries’. She says: “The word: collage, is for a lot of people misleading and doesn’t stand in for creative artwork. That’s why I don’t like using the word. I’d rather mention my work as ‘Digital Art’ that goes by the name: A visual (fashion) summary.” Her style will be described as one of a kind, unique, feminine and colorful. She really knows how to set a style that profiles an image. Professionalism and exquisity are always having a leading role in it. Farida works with existing images and own illustration that will be combined and worked till one visual. Become curious and want to be updated any time of Farida Simone’s new artwork, follow her on twitter: frisimone or check www.behance.net/ faridasimone (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine

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(CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: Tell us briefly about yourself. Farida Simone: I studied Graphic Design for fashion in Rotterdam (Netherlands) and Art management in Utrecht. Graduated from both studies, and started my career as an assistant stylist, to learn the skills of the fashion&art industry. I have also guided and worked with some street-art and graffiti artist on major projects. Along the way I'd developed my own style, and creations that goes by the name: Visual fashion summaries.   I work on projects as a page filling artist for magazines, provides wallpaper and as a freelance collage maker which are called: ‘Visual Summaries’.    (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: How long have you been doing art? Farida Simone: I started to make visual collages when I was in high school, bout 15 years ago. Immediately I was making collages for others. Still it had to take some time (till my 24th), that I went professional by making visual summaries and got booked for assignments.   (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: Is your vision of how you are, coming from the childhood? Farida Simone: yes, I guess...  (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: Where are you getting inspiration?   Farida Simone: I'm getting my inspiration from magazines, photography, fashion, art and everything that has a link with creativity  (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine

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(CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: What music, books, movies giving you inspiration? name your favorites. Farida Simone: Dance music, DJ's like Armand van Helden, Calvin Harris, Roger Sanchez, Rancido, Todd Terry, Superfunk and Basement Jacks are my favorites, because they work with such different artists! And on different projects, so that is really inspiring to listen too. My mind works visually, especially by hearing music. So if I hear a good track I immediately have (new) visions of visuals in my head. That's why I'm always having music in the background while I'm at work   (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: Do you have a goal, and so that is it? Farida Simone: My mission is that, in the near future, will be more attention for, and acceptation towards collages/visuals as an art form. It is an old art form and a lot of people forget that. In the 60's it was already there, Roy Lichtenstein is a famous artist and inspiration who made collages   (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine: How do you feel about technology and new methods that are available today for   creating some artistic production? Farida Simone:  Inspiring. Because it stimulates artists to work, collaborate, think and work more efficient and differently than what they already been used to, which will lead to new forms of art. It doesn't mean that you have to use it, but the development of new technology keeps you fresh and you are always forced to be on point. Still though, I work by hand;-)....so never forget the old way of making art;-). (CIRKUMFLEKS)Magazine

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Yuriy Ratush I draw since childhood. i was born as Libra, probably therefore I have been looking for the balance for all my life. like the nuances, they are hidden relationships. i like the line in the figure, the melody in music, sincerity and obsession. i like mist: it is the water in an unusual state, it is as a line in the picture: it does not begin and end anything, it plays with the form, continuously changing and escaping from it, makes the light to become visible as much as the spirit is condensed into a substance ... i believe that the sky begins from the ground and the horizon is always under feet.

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My work as photographer and digital artist started in 2011. I've been quite lucky since my girlfriend Danielle Fiore is an alternative model and her father is a photographer. I took fashion, beauty and glamour shots but in the end I chose the alternative scene, in which I'm more involved. Step by step I found and improved my own skills with Photoshop and since the town where I live is not so rich of locations, I started with digital artworks. I had lot of interesting collaboration, the most important is the one with the horror metal band Cadaveria. Actually I'm working on some new projects, first of all a cover book. I'm focusing a lot on the digital art world and on photomanipulations, since in Italy this kind of art is not known at best.

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n.12 Project: the Birth of the snake Model from devianart Photo and post-production by lele photography, Locaton : Chieri (Italy) camera: Canon 40D, lens 50mm, two flash canon, Adobe Photoshop cs5 Officil Site: http://lelephotography.wix.com/lelephotography Email: lelephotography@live.it Facebook: www.facebook.com/lelephotos https://twitter.com/Lelephotography http://www.behance.net/lelephotography http://lelephotography.deviantart.com/ http://www.modelmayhem.com/2352609 http://www.flickr.com/photos/lelefotografia/ http://www.modelshoot.net/user/leleph http://www.bigshot360.com/lelephotography/ http://www.youtube.com/emanuelelgr

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