Posts tagged with "photoshoot"

Blood Money

Blood Money, on view from 8/10 – 8/19, opens this week with delightfully deviant experiences on Friday 7-10p and Saturday 5-8p. Proceeds from the show will go to Lysistrata. Must be 18+ to enter.

Summer of Love by 5ivefingaz and friends* with historic work by 5ivefingaz, Sugacane Danger, Uncutt Art, Miranda Maxwell, Hash Harper, Darcy Briks (congrats on your new little bundle of joy!), Paulie Nassar and Action Jackson still available on our e-comm.

UPCOMING OPENINGS

Thurs Aug 23 + on view thru Sept 2

You Look Good (ugly): Visual scenarios of love, lust, sex, envy and social anxiety by Jaya Suartika and Rex. Wed Sept 5 + on view through Oct 7

Ophelia (I feel ya) curated by Yana Toyber

With Yana Toyber, Lindsay Jones, Natalie Krim, Alisa Minyukova, Rawan Rihani, Claudia Santiso, Etta Shon, Sarah Sweeney and more TBA.

Thurs Oct 18 + on view thru 11/11

A solo exhibition by Jen Dwyer. Photos from Breaking the Grass Ceiling by Maverick Inman and Virginia Stroh on 7/26/18 and a note from the Stacie Lucas:

Breaking the Grass Ceiling: Women Making An Impact on 7/26 was an incredible evening with an exceptional attendance. I would like to personally thank Maya Shaw of Shaw.BK and Solie Burnett-Loucas of Humblebloom for co-producing a historic moment with us. Much gratitude to kind and mega-talented reiki master Christina Lovely, who grounded us before we dove into a pragmatic talk surrounding the War On Drugs, incarcaration reform and what we all can do now to support marginalized communities.

Thank you to our panelists: Keira Duarte of Mary Magazine, Brittany Carbone of Tonic CBD, Amanda Reyes of Cannabis Cultural Association and Safon Floyd of Estrohaze for your openness and expertise. And, thank you to all who came out to share and to learn.

Stay tuned for more experiences like this one!

About Lucas Lucas

An ethical art gallery and retail concept rooted in social impact, #LucasLucas rotates artwork by emerging and contemporary artists, as well as rare jewelry, books and objects. The gallery is in constant transformation; the retail-level gallery morphs to accommodate installation, wellness practice, live music, community gatherings, fundraisers, and film and photoshoot production.

57 Conselyea Street at Lorimer Street in Brooklyn, New York – one block from the Lorimer L/G.

Gallery Hours: Walk-ins all the time, by appointment and online.

Reebok’s Swizz Beatz 2018 DMX Series 2000

Just today Reebok Classic launched their SwizzBeatz 2018 DMC Series 2000 and it is getting some serious attention.

The inspiration for this head-turning pair of kicks is done by the rapper himself Swizz Beatz . Using colors of purple, orange, and blue it is no wonder why this pair of killer kicks is being talked about.

Not only does this design reveal something unique to the public, but it reflects Swizz’s artistic abilities as he applies the same artistic skills in the music industry. So, wait…Not only is he talented in music, but in designing as well? I sense some double threat–watch out folks!

As a way to promote this pair of sneakers, Reebok shot striking content of the rapper in the comfort of his own home–a place where he relaxes and gets creative.

The promotion of this can be found here if you have not yet seen it–speechless.

The message of his promotional video is that he surrounds himself with art that is considered “disruptive.” Something that he personally admires as inspirational, bold, and absolute daring.

“I wanted to do something with Reebok that was different than what we’ve done together in the past. I wanted to celebrate the ‘disrupters’ aka the Disruptive Kind on all levels,” says Beatz.

Dying to grab a hold of these kicks?  Your wish is my command. Click here to purchase them today for $140 (P.S. an orange colorway drops Friday, August 3rd)

HARD – WIRED

 

Photo: Catherine Asanov (@catherineasanov)

 

Model: Alexandra Mathews (@alexandramathews)

 

Makeup: Barbara Yniguez Redman (@barbarawhodoesmakeup)

w/ STATE Artist Management

 

Hair: Carina Tafulu (@hairbycarina)

using Sebastian Professional

 

Pub: 360 Magazine (@360Magazine)

 

Editor: Vaughn Lowery  (@vaughnlowery)

 

 

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Amazon Echo Look at NYFW with Prabal Gurung and Bella Hadid

Fashion Week went well! Below are photos from a first of its kind partnership between Prabal Gurung and Amazon Echo Look. On Sunday, they used Echo Look to create a digital version of the look book for Prabal’s (incredible) Fall 2018 collection. Enclosed you can see the images the device took of Bella Hadid along with several other models, as well as an image of Prabal being interviewed by E! – note that these have not been retouched, enhanced or otherwise altered. This partnership is an incredible example of the growing overlap between fashion and technology.

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LOVE, PEACE × PRINCETON PEREZ

Recently, Jacob “Princeton” Perez (former member of boy band Mindless Behavior) conducted a cover and photo shoot with 360 MAGAZINE. Shot by one of the most acclaimed fashion and beauty photographers in LA, Tyren Redd. Since it’s 4/3/2017 release during #MCM via 360’s Instagram, his pictorial has garnered tons of exposure and praise from 1000’s of fans. According to Princeton, “this was my first solo photo shoot for a magazine [since his departure from the group].” View his s/o to 360 via YouTube.

ARIANA MADIX

Ariana Madix  from Bravo’s Vanderpump Rules makes a brief appearance in 360 × Bravo’s The Daily Dish!

Publication— @360magazine

Publisher— @vaughnlowery

Production— @gridproductions, @bpfrank, @kyekye85

Photographer— @jonescrow

Hair— @michaelsolishair

Stylist— @soufcakhassi

Makeup— @cynth_pop

Videographer— @darrel_ditri

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EBIE PAYS TRIBUTE TO FATHER/GANGSTER RAPPER, EAZY-E

In honor of his birthday, Eric “Eazy-E” Wright, daughter Ebie collaborates with famed photographer Mike Miller to recapture similar photos for both daughter and father to share.

In tribute of what would have been Eazy-E’s 53rd Birthday on September 7th, 2017, Ebie states:

“I usually try to do a tribute to my father on his death anniversary but something about his birthday just seemed more fitting this year. I called on none other than Mike Miller who is responsible for shooting some of my dad’s most classic pictures to help me bring my “Eazy-E inspired” vision to life. Mike is phenomenal and I just felt chills imagining how it was on the days he and my father got out in the streets and got creative together. 22 years later and it still hasn’t gotten any Eazier but today is a celebration … Happy Birthday dad!! I know you’re watching over me and I’ll forever continue to be Ruthless.” – Ebie

Having photographed many major-label album covers from various genres, Mike Miller has become a famed photographer/director. He has worked with various other musical acts including Tupac, A$AP Rocky, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, YG and Eazy-E, and is currently working with Ferrari and collaborating withRetna, Shepard Fairey. A number of Mikeߣs previous clients include&#a0;Angelina Jolie, Jack Nicholson, Cameron Diaz, James Franco, Sony, Nicole Richie, Nike, Puma, MTV Video Awards, Coca~Cola, and Stussy.

unnamed (4)Mike Miller has recently made headlines after allegedly suing The Kardashian Clan: Kylie and Kendall Jenner for the use his photos of Tupac Shakur without his permission.

Mike recently collaborated with Ebie to create an “Eazy-E” inspired photoshoot to pay tribute to the rapper’s birthday. While working with Ebie, Mike shared:

“Wow… Ebie is just awesome. Being a DJ and photographing musicians for 30 years her dad was one of my all-time favorite people to shoot as well as one of my all time favorite rappers. I felt an immediate connection with Ebie, having daughters of my own saddens me that he’s not around to see his grow. We had a blast…. Happy Birthday Eazy.”

In Mike Miller’s book “West Coast Hip-Hop: A History in Pictures”, Mike shared what it was like working with the legendary rapper:

“I consider myself very fortunate to have photographed Eazy, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Ren , Yella and Arabian Prince. First time “The Source Magazine” asked me to head out to a Culver City recording studio to shoot NWA. Eazy greeted me and showed me around the studio. Gold and platinum records lined the walls. Eazy played me tracks off the new Album, outing the final touches before it was release. I shot some cool solo images of Eazy outside. There was a giant American Flag blowing in the wind and I photographed him in the afternoon sunlight. Another shoot for Eazy was at Ruthless Records. While waiting for Eazy to arrive I pulled out my skateboard and began skating in the parking lot. Eazy pulled up in his new BMW. He grabbed a deck out of his trunk. The artwork was my friend Natas signature board. We talked skateboarding for a bit, he was really into it. Since I grew up skateboarding and liking NWA, I was stoked. Then we did some photos with his car. It seemed a little boring so I added color filters over my lens. We talked about his new projects and planned some upcoming photo shoots.”

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Daniel Beckles × GADAL Model Management Inc.  

Model: Daniel Beckles 

Agency: GADAL Model Management Inc.

Photographer: Kyle Babb 

Clothing: Redd Boutique 

Clothing (blue blazer): Luke Lascaris 

Stylist: R. Graham Edwards

Hair Stylist: Ayreon Pearce of ODDES Barbershop 

Stylist: Kofi Branch of Scarlett Salon 










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