Ive finally had a chance to post this fashion film I directed for ION Magazine’s September Issue. Scroll down to see the video below….
Rowena True – Director & Animator
Alan Chan – Photographer
Tia – Model @ Lizbell Agency
Stylist – Deanna Palkowski
Stylist Assistant – Kristine Wilkinson
Hair and Make Up – Negar Hooshmand @ Lizbell Agency.
Music – Peaches
The studio we shot it in East Van Studios was awesome. Here are some pics:
Some of the clothes and accessories featured..
Left to right – Photographer Alan Chan, Director and Animator Rowena True, Stylist Deanna Palkowski and Assistant Stylist Kristine Wilkinson
Yesterday I directed a stop-motion video for ION magazine. I collaborated with Photographer Alan Chan and Stylist Deanna Palkowski, Stylist Assistant Kristine Wilkinson, Make up / Hair Negar Hooshmand and model Tia S from Liz Bell. The video will be up in September. Excited!
♥ Dutch Artist Berndnaut Smilde who creates temporary clouds using a smoke machine, combined with indoor moisture and dramatic lighting.
Nimbus II, 2012 cloud in room
Check out a video of him creating them in the space.
♥ Olafur Eliasson ‘Your Rainbow Panorama’ on the roof of the ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Denmark.
Researching fashion gifs at the moment – Im obsessed. Here are a couple of my favourite retro ones.
LOVE these choreographed alphabet poses of Czech dancer Milca Mayerová from ABCEDA.
ABCEDA is a pioneering collaborative publication by Vitezslav Nezval, Karel Teige, dancer/choreographer Milcha Mayerova and photographer Karel Paspa.
This video below shows a performance produced by The Wolfsonian – Florida International University in conjunction with the exhibition “Dreams and Disillusion: Karel Teige and the Czech Avant-Garde”
My film is now up on vimeo! check it out..
DIRECTOR ROWENA TRUE
CINEMATOGRAPHER TODD DUYM
MODEL KRISTY JACOBSEN
STYLIST DEANNA PALKOWSKI
MAKE-UP JON HENNESSEY
HAIR TANIA BECKER
I have to go to the Christian Louboutin show at the Design Museum this week. Dying to see the exhibition finally especially the Dita von Teese hologram by Musion. The hologram is projected onto a stage in the main exhibition room thats shaped like an upside-down shoe! The exhibition was designed by Hackney studio Household and includes a shadow theatre, fetish room with photographs by David Lynch and a recreation of Louboutin’s Paris studio.
Have a look at the making of the hologram here