Being a famous photographer is not only about taking pictures of famous people and beautiful models, it’s also about having fun. A lot, actually. Who could match this sentence better then Terry Richardson? If you want to see the stars and starlets in more laidback poses, check out Terry Richardson’s diary.
It wouldn’t be the first time someone compared the fashion world to a jungle but Fashimals takes it to a new level. They make hilarious illustrations of fashion celebs using look-alike animals with distinctive accessories so you know you’re looking at Terry Richardson when you spot the pleated jacket and the signature glasses on his lemur impersonation.
Love him or hate him, photographer Terry Richardson has an impressive record. He’s snapped just about everyone, including Lady Gaga, Barack Obama, and Kate Moss. His most recent move is a collaboration with eyewear brand Moscot to create the ‘Terry’, a reproduction of his trademark specs. They’re available now in black or grey through the […]
Sometimes composed, sometimes candid, Dido Fontana’s flash-heavy photographs seem on the surface to be a pastiche of the quasi-naturalistic style many photographers seem to be working in these days, but the humorous, gritty, and surreal way in which she portrays her subtly deviant subjects has more in common with John Waters’ celebration of trash than Dash Snow’s and Terry Richardson’s smarmy, self-congratulatory hipsterdom.
Our friends over at Vice have just released a gigantopotamus [their words] of photographic gems [our words], featuring 240 glossy pictures of people by the likes of Harry Benson, Ryan McGinley, Jamie Lee Curtis Taete, Terry Richardson, ex-Warhol’s Factory guy Stephen Shore, Richard Kern, and a Japanese guy who likes to dress up as famous […]
Lin Zhipeng’s flash-heavy snapshot photos have a Terry Richardson vibe about them, but without the smarminess. Instead, Lin documents a playfulness with which young Chinese people are approaching newfound freedoms in their society.
From the various responses I got from my previous post about hipster hate being misguided, most people defined a hipster as people who are very young (let’s say below 25), live off of their parents, and don’t contribute to the scene they glom onto. The problem I have with this is that in my personal experience, this is not how most people define hipsters.
How old must Kermit be now? Not to old to collaborate with skater-friendly retailer Supreme and photographer Terry Richardson. Kermit, who usually wears nothing, has been hooked up with some new threads to advertise the brand. It seems Kermit and Terry are the perfect work partners: they’ve even released a video clip documenting the shoot.