Saturday, July 23, 2011


The Work of Choi Xooang

Don't you just love these sculptures by Seoul-based artist Choi Xooang? I know I do! It's hard to find information on this artist, but the little info I found, told me these sculptures were made to draw attention to human rights in (North) Korea by making the figures unable to see or speak.

Saturday Morning

What a sad way to wake up on a Saturday morning.

Friday, July 22, 2011


Women I Had a Crush on When I Was a Child #one

Nick P by Jeff Slater

Model: Nick P
Photography: Jeff Slater
Imagesource: InMale

Where the Hell is Willem? #137

Can you tell me where I am?

Teflon Galaxy

No, you're not looking at recenly discovered planets in a galaxy far, far away. What you are looking at here are some marvelous photos by photographer Christopher Jonassen. Photos of the bottom of frying pans. Beautifully decaded and really like little planets, the way he presents them in his book Devour.

Bryan Keller by Idris+Tony

Model: Bryan Keller (Red Model Management)
Photography: Idris+Tony
Imagesource: Homotography

Wednesday, July 20, 2011


I Wish I could Dance

(for inspiration)

She Might Have Fooled Me

“She might have fooled me, but she didn’t fool my mother.”

Psycho (1960)


Here's one of the latest additions to the FantasticMag website.
Complete set available here.

Monday, July 18, 2011


Boy with Pig by Aaron Ruell

Portraits like these make me happy. I am glad there are photographers like Aaron Ruell who know how to capture the beauty of the not so ordinary and turn it into a commercial succes as well. Aaron is a photographer, director, ad man, writer and actor. He has directed commercials for clients that range from T-Mobile to Nintendo and Coca Cola to Burger King.

Name That Tune #166

What song can you see wordled up above?

Robbie Fiore by Bell Soto

Model: Robbie Fiore (Chosen Management)
Photography: Bell Soto
Imagesource: InMale

Invisible “O”bject

Invisible “O”bject by Emilio Gomariz.


Sunday, July 17, 2011

Drôme Provençale 2011

Hello there! We're back! And we had an incredibly good vacation again! Same places as last couple of years, but a different camera this time. I never thought I'd ever take photos with my phone only, but hey, Hipstamatic gave all those wellknown places a completely different feel! Enjoy the photos by clicking on the book below. I urge you to watch it on full-screen mode for the best experience.

Oh, and a note to everyone who has completely no interest in me and Peter naked (hello parents!): just ask for the censored version and don't open the book below.