The Libertine

A public blog that features a compilation of exceptional artists' works; serendipitously discovered by a secret admirer. The ongoing overtones of the production frequently include evocative imagery, passionate emotions, pure beauty and raw exprience (to name a few themes). Our content is composed of artistic expressions, fashion editorials, promising talents, diverse bodies, freedom for all, love forever and the eternal search for truth in the visceral …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… (SUBMISSIONS TO satietypaper@gmail.com)

Month: May, 2011

Magdalena Frackowiak Gets Roudy For Reserved Power Up! T-Shirt Collection | Summer 2011

Client: Reserved Power Up! T-Shirt Collection
Model: Magdalena Frackowiak

Anouck Lepere’s Series Of Beautiful Nudes Shot For Paradis

Noot Seear By Jason Lee Parry In Model Behavior For Foam June/July 2011

 

Daria Werbowy By The Ingenious Cass Bird For NY Times Style Magazine

Magazine: New York Times Style, Summer 2011, USA

Photography: Cass Bird

Model: Daria Werbowy

Nike Felldin For Stockholm Fashion Week Magazine | June 2011 (Warning: Nudity)

Adam And Eve By Mariano Vivanco For Hercules Magazine | Summer 2011

Model: Regina Feoktistova

Magazine: Hercules Magazine, Spring-Summer 2011, Spain

Photography: Mariano Vivanco

Rising Star: Keeping My Eyes On Bella Heathcote

She on her way to big things! She’s got talent, she’s got style…and now, she’s got my attention! Keep your eyes open for her!!!



“When Bella Heathcote was invited to audition for David Chase’s coming-of-age drama—The Sopranos creator’s debut feature film, which is set to reunite him with the show’s star, James Gandolfini—the 23-year-old Australian actress was handed an opportunity that many in Young Hollywood would kill for. But while Heathcote was aware of Chase’s now-definitive meta-mythology of American familial dysfunction, she had never actually seen an episode. “I thought, If I watch it, I’m going to be so intimidated by David Chase when I meet him,” she says. Nevertheless, she won the part of the childhood friend of an aspiring rock musician (John Magaro), with Gandolfini in the familiar role of complex paterfamilias. Last year, Heathcote became the second recipient of the Heath Ledger Scholarship, a traveling fellowship created by the Australians in Film foundation to honor the late actor’s legacy by helping young Aussie talent acclimate to life in Los Angeles—and if the work she has lined up since then is any indication, she’s getting along just fine. In addition to the Chase project, Heathcote can be seen in Andrew Niccol’s sci-fi thriller Now (due out in October); will once again team up with Gandolfini—as well as Brad Pitt, Mark Ruffalo, and Javier Bardem—for the caper flick Cogan’s Trade; and will star opposite Johnny Depp in Dark Shadows, Tim Burton’s reboot of the vampy, campy, supernatural ’60s soap. But she still hasn’t seen The Sopranos. “If I had to be honest, I never watched it, because everyone was like, ‘If you start, it’ll suck you in,’ ” she says. “I want two weeks to just sit there and watch the whole thing.”

-Via Interview Mag

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