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We welcome dynamic artist, Khoa Bui, again, to join our roster of impressive contributors for the first issue of Satiety Paper. ‘Raised In The Sun’ (a tribute to Raisin In The Sun) features the dynamic and timeless beauty of model Ollie Kram. She portrays the golden goddess that oversees the sweet sprouting of summer hope. Khoa (who has worked with us at The Libertine on a previous occasions) composes and creates each of his stories as innovative and unique art. For Satiety Paper #1, we recruited this warm and breezy editorial, which beckons the audience to drift gently through flaxen fields of wheat and off into eternity, with our transportative team of fashion gurus. View the entire collection of images over at Satiety Paper now; when you purchase your annual subscription! Enjoy!
For the exciting release of our new publication, the former team of discerning eyes over at The Libertine has been scouting far and wide for exceptional new talents. While Stefano Fabbri is new to us, he is no newcomer to the fashion or photography industries. We bring you his latest incredible editorial, ‘Birds of a Feather’, as the most recent addition to our issue #1 collection. The series stars models Katarina Nemcova, Larissa Mascarenhas, Masha Baziuk, and Nicola Minarikova; as they spend a day whimsically musing between layers of fresh, clean cotton. Join us in savoring these intimate portraits…which evoke the experience of falling in love with a beautiful woman…or 4. For nudity and the complete series of stunning images purchase your annual subscription over at Satiety Paper. Enjoy!
First time contributor Brian Morris joins the Libertine’s roster with his bang-up editorial: ‘East Of Eden’. The story, which stars Brian’s arduous Muse, was lensed beneath the bright flare of the Californian sun; eliciting our hair-trigger yearning for summer here at Satiety Paper. With our Summer series beginning it’s anticipated release, the timing for this editorial couldn’t be better. The series, which frames the Muse’s natural beauty against the beauty of natural landscapes, is vaguely reminiscent of the fabulous Jamie Nelson’s mastery of lighting and color. We eagerly invite you to experience these two phenomenal new talents. Come and view the entire series of beautiful images now, over at Satiety Paper, when you purchase your annual subscription. Enjoy!
We are thoroughly entranced by blossoming, young siren Kinga Trojan. In this laid back street test, executed by visionary Jacek Zajac For Satiety Paper’s premier issue, model Kinga demonstrates her abundant qualifications for a skyrocket to the top of the fashion empire. ‘Man Eater’, seemed the most apropos for this fierce editorial…but ‘Sun Eater’ may have been just as suitable to the scope of the story’s potency and power. With this, the second story to be released in our exclusive Summer Session series (2014) , we couldn’t be more pleased with the resulting collaboration. It’s living proof of our commitment to innovative artistic creation and expression. View the entire series of beautiful images over at Satiety Paper now, when you purchase your annual subscription. Enjoy!
‘Fire On The Mountain’ is our hottest new editorial, from lens master Pino Leone for Satiety Paper’s debut edition. This masterpiece features smokin’ tawny haired model, Roxana Nesfintu. Rox stuns us from frame to frame, with her smoldering gaze and blooming cloud of fiery locks. Each scorching shot of Pino’s lens illuminates the simple geography of the studio with Roxana’s vivid, Italian flair for sensuality. Dressed up in gauzy black ensembles, the model’s effortlessly seductive beauty burns the dynamic images into the inner eye of the viewer, settling them deep in the memory. View the entire series of beautiful images over at Satiety Paper now, when you purchase your annual subscription. Enjoy!
“I choose to risk my significance…to live so that which came to me as seed, goes to the next as blossom…”(Dawna Markova).
Our newest publication, ‘Seed To Blossom’, is an exclusive original from Slovakian photographer Natalia Horinkova. Living and working today in sunny Sydney, Natalia has been pursuing unique photography since she first picked up a camera in Dubai, years ago. In discussing her career, Natalia asserts “I love all pretty things, in any form; and I live to tell a wordless story with my editorials. I prefer natural light, but love playing and experimenting around the studio, while still developing my craft and style”. This series stars classic beauty, Vladimira O’Farrow (who is also a small screen natural, in the most recent Kid Cudi video) poses in striking, basic black pieces and vintage curls for a soft feminine appeal. With subtle makeup by artist Lubica Krajnakova and grooming by stylist Dominicc Mikulcak (@ Alterna), Vladimira is both enchanting and distinctive. The composition of these shots is sharp, clean and unusually ‘pretty’ for our often edgy collection…making it the perfect accentuation. Enjoy!
I (photographer Nick Sushkevich) was born in Omsk, a major defense industry center during the Soviet Era. I studied computer science and Commercial Law. During those years I was interested in computer graphics an 3D. In the late 90’s I was hired to a professional advertising and design studio in my hometown. It was great learning stuff and connecting with folks from around the globe. I even tried myself as a school teacher for CGI classes! Then in 2006 I moved to Moscow where I was doing photography in my free time. In 2010, with the help of my friend Lev Efimov, I met Ulyana Sergeenko who was pursuing her photographer career and assembling her team; I start as a retoucher there…and here I am now.
Where is home?
Anywhere I rent an apartment.
Did you go to school to study photography?
No, never. Unfortunately there wasn’t, and still isn’t, any school to study photography in Russia.
How long have you been a photographer?
Professionally – about 7 years.
How would you describe your style?
I can’t describe my work as having a certain style…it’s just the way I like to shoot. I choose the easiest ways of lighting the scene; so perhaps you could define it as a lazy style photography!
What type of cameras do you shoot with?
Mostly I use digital cameras. Sometimes I take pictures with film and instant cameras.
If you had to choose one lens which one would it be and why?
If I had to chose one lens, I’d prefer 35mm because it’s a pretty useful wide angle lens and I can crop the frame later to highlight the main object.
I’ve learned the most from…
What are you still learning?
Your favorite film (movie) of all time?
I guess, “Traffic” or “Silence of the lambs”.
And the last question: If you had one wish, what would it be?!
My own studio in Paris and NY (with access to the roof )
The Libertine welcomes fabulous first time contributor Nick Sushkevich. Nick, who has worked in fashion for years (most notably for Ulyana Sergeenko) has created an incredible studio editorial to feature the dramatic attributes of young siren, Liza Sotnikova. The series contains so many striking and memorable images, that the Libertine will be releasing it in two parts for our Spring Fling series! With the second half of this story, there will be an accompanying interview with the photographer himself; regarding the journey of his career into fashion photography, as well as updates on some of the exciting opportunities on his horizon. Part one of ‘Mighty Aphrodite’ captures the smoldering sensuality of our whimsical muse, with simplistic styling and lavish embellishments. This collection is one of our personal favorites of the season…hence why we are dedicating two features to it! The dynamic Voguesque perfection of the images is virtually overwhelming. Stay tuned for the second installment, and…Enjoy!
Hypnotizing beauties Ugnė Sabalytė and Amalie Loendal tear it up in some very creative denim ensembles, created by Stylist Waina Chancy for our latest editorial ‘Still Torn Up About It’. The story is a smokin’ combination of classic and edgy. That balance can be very hard to strike, but the lens master, Tawfick Espriella, managed to manifest quite an visually pleasing reality! The clean studio environment is a flattering palette for these two youthful beauties to shine. Their warm skin glows against the bright white and brilliant blues. Makeup artist Lauren Massaro worked with the girls to craft care free grooming that communicates ‘natural stunner’ with effortless purity! The Libertine has the pleasure of releasing this fierce series as one of the last few in our fabulous Fall Flight series. The story was both shot on film and captured digitally, and thus, will be releases in a two part series. Distinct and ingenius, both…Enjoy!
Photographer Kyle Deleu (assisted by Sharon Zobali) returns to The Libertine with another smokin’ exclusive. ‘We’ll Never Be Royals’ is a youthfully rebellious editorial, featuring fierce new face Britt Linn Vee. The looks were composed and styled by Nandi K. to complement the rock-and-roll grooming looks created by artist Pam Vanika. This series encourages experimentation with fashion as a mode of self expression. Britt takes no prisoners and makes no apologies, in this edgy new mix for our Fall Flight series. This season, it’s going to be all about making a statement…so dare to bare, or dare to tare…just DARE! Enjoy!