Here is the very first suit Kimberley ever wore. She was born with this suit. Her birthday suit. It is natural, fits perfectly, easy to wash and maintain, costs nothing, and lasts a lifetime. It sounds like the ultimate suit. In fact it is. So why are people so afraid of wearing it out in public? Why do people react badly to others who are happy to wear their birthday suit in public? Many more photos and video of Kimberley at Nude-Muse Magazine nude-muse.com
Joseph Ghaleb's "Concrete Love" watches a woman dreaming under the pillars and shapes of a romance that she misses, but perhaps never had.
Director & Cinematographer: Joseph Ghaleb
Editor & Colorist: Joseph Ghaleb
Models: Sophie-Anne, Thomas, Annie & Milly at Dulcedo Modeling Management (dulcedo.ca)
Styling: Sasha Wells
Hair & Make-up: Alexandra Apple
Fashion Consultant: Andrew Lindy
Production Assistance: Paul Raphaël & Francesco Shank
Music: Arms and Sleepers (armsandsleepers.com/)
Special thanks to:
L'ÉLOI - Production Talent Image
This must be the latest abstr^ct:groove commercial.
This must be another creative collaboration between McCann Worldgroup and the unorthodox Milanese studio lead by director Luigi Pane and ep Giada Risso.
This must happen on two wheels, precisely on the most popular contemporary scooter designed by Honda.
This must be the new SH Mode 125 european campaign: a 90 second film, shot in the heart of Genoa and along the beautiful Ligurian coast.
The campaign plays on simple but intense feelings that can be savoured riding with your scooter on an apparently anonymous road.
Just like enjoying the feeling of the rain on your skin, the bright colours of the city or the warm light of the sunset shining on the tarmac along the seafront.
creative director: Alessandro Sciortino
senior art director: Andrea Vercellino
senior copywriter: Paolo Chiabrando
art director: Riccardo Daverio
copywriter: Jan Mattassi
production company: abstr^ct:groove
director: Luigi Pane
executive producer: Giada Risso
producer: Mauro Mastronicola
cinematographer: Dario Ghezzi
photographer: Diego Indraccolo
set designer: Federica Bologna
stylist: Roberto Lo Noce
steady operator: Luca Dell'Oro
1st AD: Alice Gatti
production assistant: Alessandro Salerno
colorist: Diego La Rosa
motion design: Luca Siano
music: Aimèe Portioli, Luca Sammartin (TapTempo Studio)
sound design: Gigasound
Artist: Eric Zener (Astoria, Oregon - USA, born 1966).
© Artsava - "The Call of Arzawa" musical composition from album "My sweet heart Shirin" (2005).
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Eric Zener was born in 1966 in Astoria, Oregon, to a psychologist father and a violinist mother who played for the San Francisco Symphony.
Is an American photorealist artist best known for figure paintings of lone subjects, often in or about swimming pools.
He grew up in the seaside community of Encinitas, California. After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara he worked briefly as a buyer for a department store, before backpacking around the world for nearly two years, bartering paintings for room and board.
In 1991 he settled in San Francisco.
Zener has three children, the first born in approximately 1998, the second in approximately 2002, and the 3rd in 2009.
As of 2009 he lives with his wife, business partner, and frequent model, Julie, in Mill Valley, California.
He paints mostly out of a studio in San Francisco.
Zener's works have been exhibited and sold throughout the United States, and internationally, and are part of a number of prominent private and corporate art collections.
Zener is a self-taught artist.
His paintings, mostly in oil, are in a photorealist or "super-realist" style Zener describes as "Contemporary Renaissance".
In 2003, while living in the Costa Brava region of Spain, Zener became interested in watching bathers, and began a series of paintings of water, and of people interacting with water.
Many paintings from this period depict women swimming underwater amidst air bubbles, or diving into the water, and have been described as reminiscent of Hudson River School and Barbizon School painters.
For a second, more "experimental" series of water images, Zener painted over photographic transparencies that had been mounted on a wooden box covered with silver leaf, then covered with resin.
Other subjects for Zener have included beach scenes, and businessmen in various unexpected settings, such as by swimming pools or on tightropes.
1988 University of California, Santa Barbara, BA