Annie Leibovitz Keith Haring 1987
Annie Leibovitz John and Yoko Rolling Stone Cover 1981
Annie Leibovitz Jeff Koons 1991
Annie Leibovitz Mark Morris 1990
While I haven’t been too interested in her work (save for some landscapes and music photography) her early treatment of the male nude is really profound. She was able to switch easily between the essence of a man’s true self and the sensuality that is so difficult to capture when dealing with the subject.
Guy Catling is a graphic designer from Essex, United Kingdom. He mainly uses the art of collage to express his creativity, often blending black and white photographs with vibrant pattern or folk prints. The tones and contrast between sharp colors and vintage photographs bring back to life some dark subject matter.
French photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy presents the ongoing “Façades” series, which deconstructs images of urban landscapes down to the mere surfaces of the buildings that populate them. The digital architectural interventions illustrate cities, small towns, parking lots and pedestrian pathways, whose homes and apartment buildings bear the eerie absence of construction’s mass; only the superficial brick and concrete exterior skin remains. Wandering through foreign city streets, Gaudrillot-Roy observes and imagines what lies behind the walls he passes — a glow through a lit window, noise from a television, laughter and tears. He explains, “this series offers a vision of an unknown world that would only be a picture, without intimate space, with looks as the only refuge.” (src. Designboom)
Bring Up the Bodies. Christopher Oram.