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Marry X-mass

January 5, 2015

This Christmas is a very hot one! The re-used mosquito net served as a Christmas tree decorated with some apples hanged on the inside of it. The necklace is also a Christmas decoration and the long red gloves are in fact leggings. Mila, the model, did her own hair and

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curvy Martin

November 28, 2014

The vectorized portrait of Martin Duplantier, a young yet successful architect based in Paris and Bordeaux is only one in the series of vectorized portraits I am about to make. Mr Duplantier might be my future employer, so I hope he finds himself handsome in my illustration. The vectorized portrait of Martin

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45° of Pierre

November 25, 2014

A personal project of vectorizing portraits is debuted by the vectorization of my partner, Pierre Morel, a young and successful french photographer that I vectorized in my Illustrator “lab of 45 degrees” using geometrical octagonal forms mainly.     vectorized portrait of Pierre Morel compared to the original photograph used as reference *photograph

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acting

October 24, 2014

I had a strangling scene part as an actress in a short movie “Z.” by Thomas Scohy, produced for the festival “48 Hour Film Festival” – Paris edition, that won the Best Image award (director of photography) and the best male actor award. Director Thomas Scohy, producer Romain Bzx, director of photography Pierre

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that poison ivy…

September 8, 2014

We went Poison Ivy, a bit unintentionally though, Mila is a red-head already. So the idea came up because we have this beautiful old ivy on the adjacent wall to where the pictures are taken, in the garden. I put a metal string around her and just put branches in between Mila and the

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a barbie doll

July 1, 2014

Pink plastic bags make a hell of a dress with the brown sandpaper belt. We actually went around the stores to ask for pink bags and a butcher gave us dozens! We hanged them on two metal strings to make the top and the skirt. The retro chair prop comes

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the savage gardener

September 7, 2013

Renato is a landscape architect with a distinct personality, a friend from years before. He brought his props, went all over the place, took off shirt and shoes. It was a friendly photoshoot that went crazy. Styling was done by him, photographs by me. We did the edit together with Mila. Photographs by me.

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the leather pants

July 28, 2013

A little bit of rock style with these plastic garbage bag pants supplement for the famous leather pants, with a green mosquito net top and a green lipstick. Mila, the model, did her own hair and make-up and we styled her together from the ready-made we found around my family house.

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robotic

September 12, 2012

This garment was made out of an old architecture model of mine that finished in my father’s basement (the white cardboard with holes), and some black basics like old stockings that we butchered to get these shorts and stuff our heels in the rest of them to make them black.

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the summer hula hoop look

September 6, 2011

A young and fresh creation out of a piece of yellow curtain – the hanging part, and a stripy textile we just put on Mila the model, and clipped on the back. It’s an easy garment, less experimental than the usual ones, so we added a playful prop – a hula hoop,

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The Paris Beard Project

August 20, 2011

A photography project of fashion and beard styles in Paris I did during 10 days that consists of 50 portraits of man on the streets of Paris       Thanks to Pierre Morel for the job, and Aleksandra Marjanović for field work

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wooden hood

February 14, 2011

We taped Mila in with a few rolls of brown plastic tape to make this short fitted dress. It was the winter season so my dad had some wood stored where we usually take photos of our fashion creations, which made for a nice background. Mila, the model, did her own hair

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the paper dress

September 14, 2009

The first creation Mila and I ever did was this paper dress, made out of newspapers we stapled to the wire construction that gives the dress this ball gown shape. Then we added a red bow with a wire structure too. Mila, the model, did her own hair and make-up and