Lee Radziwill in Yves St Laurent, with her daughter, London 1966.
‘Turkish Room’ by Lorenzo Mongiardino; photo by Cecil Beaton.
fuck yeah target
Tears. Gosh, it’s such a great time to be alive.
Christopher Bucklow - Guest, 2011
“The artist’s technique incorporates two simple and ancient artistic methods, pinhole photography and tracing the human shadow. The process begins with the artist outlining his subjects’ shadows on a large sheet of aluminum. He then applies pin-holes within the traced figure outline, which is in turn used as the camera’s lens, he mounts the foil onto a home-made camera with color photo paper mounted on the back of the camera. Different intensities of sunlight, time of day and exposure give each piece a variation in light and color. The result is a magical, celestial-like standing figure that looks as if it is emerging from the atmosphere.”