This fashion editorial for EDIT Magazine, Portugal, takes us back to the 30’s. A picnic in the forest turns to a fest of youth and laid-back sensuousness.
The editorial for Cosmopolitan magazine,Portugal, March 2012, photographed in the set of an american diner evokes a happy and careless feel.
A collection of art works focusing on the sculptural silhouette of the female body.
High contrast black-and-white nude photography. Editorial for Portuguese magazine EDIT, by Porto based photographer Andre Brito.
Fashion Editorial for PARQ Mag – Portugal, by Porto based photographer Andre Brito.
The ‘APOCALYPSE’ Autumn Winter 2012-13 collection reflects upon a series of influences, from deconstruction to romanticism, unified in a single conception.
A series of illustrations inspired by ‘Alice in Wonderland.’ Illustrator Art Blame (Gisela Moscardini) reinterprets the story in a frivolous and kinky way.
Medallions Peñoles Trends 2012 is a series of silver jewellery intending to remind us of the importance of our natural environment and of our relation to it.
A personal project by photographer Danil Golovkin. Glamour nude in the autumn colours.
A colourful fashion photography project that creates glamour out of garbage.
Costume design playing with the properties of wool, by Ela Cios.
A red dress made of leather, designed by Ela Cios with beautiful, strong colour, irregular geometry, and striking detailing like the extreme gloves and corset.
With geometric forms and soft draping, the clothes sensitively wrap around the body, creating an effortless modern and minimal look.
Editorial by photographer Sergio Miranda, shot for NochePolar Magazine in Patagonia Argentina.
Cover and main editorial for Romanian magazine Tabu, featuring the singer Corina.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
A semi-transparent wall of glass separates the courtyard from the street bringing in light while masking views in from passersby.
The h2o bench thanks to games of assemblage, flipping and inversion becomes a game of correlations: instant stool, chair, bench, and meeting place.