vroomheid:

The first four covers of BAM! (Belgian Avant-Garde Fashion), graphics and layout by Anne Kurris and Paul Boudens, 1988—1990
Although BAM!(1988) was a conceptual statement that symbolised the power of these new fashion forces, the name was turned into an acronym for ‘Belgische Avant-garde Mode’. The vision of BAM! was to bring innovative quality and style, and even ‘to be a crowbar, operating with style’. The themes in BAM! are characteristic of the style vocabulary of the Six: fetishwear and S&M, youth subcultures (new beat, acid), ethnic and oriental inspirations, androgyny, pin-up girls, body-builders and an obsession with bad taste. The magazine mixed fashion with other cultural fields — photography (Robert Mapplethorpe), theatre (Jan Fabre), artists (Jan Hoet) — in a postmodern blend, referencing Jacques Derrida. BAM! Is laid out like the avant-garde magazines of the time and has a very strong graphical language developed by Anne Kurris, assisted by paul Boudens. It is clearly internationally oriented. 

vroomheid:

The first four covers of BAM! (Belgian Avant-Garde Fashion), graphics and layout by Anne Kurris and Paul Boudens, 1988—1990

Although BAM!(1988) was a conceptual statement that symbolised the power of these new fashion forces, the name was turned into an acronym for ‘Belgische Avant-garde Mode’. The vision of BAM! was to bring innovative quality and style, and even ‘to be a crowbar, operating with style’. The themes in BAM! are characteristic of the style vocabulary of the Six: fetishwear and S&M, youth subcultures (new beat, acid), ethnic and oriental inspirations, androgyny, pin-up girls, body-builders and an obsession with bad taste. The magazine mixed fashion with other cultural fields — photography (Robert Mapplethorpe), theatre (Jan Fabre), artists (Jan Hoet) — in a postmodern blend, referencing Jacques Derrida. BAM! Is laid out like the avant-garde magazines of the time and has a very strong graphical language developed by Anne Kurris, assisted by paul Boudens. It is clearly internationally oriented. 

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19 Apr 2014 Reblogged from vroomheid
fazmeutipo:

The Power & the Glory by Cedric Buchet | VMAN

fazmeutipo:

The Power & the Glory by Cedric Buchet | VMAN

(via loco1995)

19 Apr 2014 Reblogged from fazmeutipo
crystallizations:

Jamie King by Nan Goldin, 1996.


Back when we were young

crystallizations:

Jamie King by Nan Goldin, 1996.

Back when we were young

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13 Apr 2014 Reblogged from crystallizations

Volume

(Source: iamthelandscape, via dj-nicatine)

13 Apr 2014 Reblogged from iamthelandscape
patric-dicaprio:

tyler-sayles:

more dasame vaquera01.tumblr.com

my #1 muse

Usage

patric-dicaprio:

tyler-sayles:

more dasame vaquera01.tumblr.com

my #1 muse

Usage

13 Apr 2014 Reblogged from tyler-sayles
frankiethebaron:

Mark Morrisroe, “Self Portrait (Photo Booth Strip),” c. 1986, Courtesy of ClampArt, New York City
#Photography

frankiethebaron:

Mark Morrisroe, “Self Portrait (Photo Booth Strip),” c. 1986, Courtesy of ClampArt, New York City

#Photography

(Source: cnyck, via close-to-the-knives)

9 Apr 2014 Reblogged from cnyck
jhilla:

Pret Customized Saint Crispin’s for the CHEF.
Picture by gothamred

jhilla:

Pret Customized Saint Crispin’s for the CHEF.

Picture by gothamred

(via thearmoury)

6 Apr 2014 Reblogged from jhilla
cainsemrad:

#3 Nice shot of me in Soho NYC by Wataru Bob of An Unknown Quantity for the April 2014 issue of Men’s Club Magazine, Japan. Still need a good translation of the caption…

cainsemrad:

#3 Nice shot of me in Soho NYC by Wataru Bob of An Unknown Quantity for the April 2014 issue of Men’s Club Magazine, Japan. Still need a good translation of the caption…

7 Mar 2014 Reblogged from cainsemrad

christopherfenimore:

Robert Geller F/W 14.

christopherfenimore:

Robert Geller F/W 14 texture and details.