“Lucy Hilmer photographs herself every year on her birthday, April 22nd, wearing nothing but her white Lollipop underpants, shoes and socks. She’s been doing this for 40 years, since her 29th birthday. In 2015, she will be 70…revealing how a woman who came of age before women’s lib used her camera to peel off society’s “pretty girl ” label and define herself from the inside out.” – Quoted from Lucyhilmer.com
As if she were a visionary sculptor of stone, Margherita Loba chips away the layers of pretense that disguise the spirit concealed within her medium. Bringing forth the artistic destiny of her subject, Margherita spins the natural world as reflected in her lens, into the intoxicating portrayal of an idyllic garden of Eden. In the nature of our namesake, this series of images purely satiates the craving for a whimsical daydream. The Romanesque paradise would not be so entirely perfect without the delightful musing of our wood nymphs: models Juliet B. and Sara P. They appear joyfully uninhibited, frolicking and filled to the brim with carefree abandon. The lyrical exposure of nature and skin, life, sunlight and playfulness, make the collection an enchanting spring mirage. It’s a pure pleasure to welcome a new photographic talent to our pool, and a new five star story to our 4th edition. You can see the rest of the stunning images HERE. Enjoy!
Satiety Paper welcomes striking fresh face Kelly Gillespie, and burgeoning fashion photographer Kalan Briggs to our cohort of industry game changers. This editorial, is so simple on the surface, but the depth and intensity that is captured between the artist and his subject, goes so much farther than the superficial beauty that one can appreciate with a passing glance. ‘Pure as the Driven Snow’ is a clean, studio set, with basic wardrobe by stylist Erin Walsh and beautifully bare grooming. The hallmark of some of the best talents, is to create magic without pretense, and this collaboration fits that bill perfectly. You can view all the beautiful shots in the series HERE. Enjoy!
Satiety Paper brings you a gorgeous new studio series from master photographer Peter Rosa, who crafted his flawless style at the Tisch School of the Arts (New York University). Passion and a strong artistic vision have fueled Peter’s dynamic body of work; always incorporating a clean and elegant aesthetic that is both classical and modern. For ‘Living Art’, Peter cast the goddess (and model), Rebekah Underhill to act as the body of inspiration for the piece. She uses her long, lithe figure to infuse each image with powerful energy and emotion. Visionary in her own right, beauty pro Jessi Butterfield lent sleek and effortless grooming touches to each frame; polishing off the meticulous production. The editorial is equally simple and extraordinary. Satiety Paper has the honor of exclusively releasing this memorable collection of images to our readers and to the world. Come over and savor the complete story HERE. Enjoy!
His controversial career may have divided many peoples opinions as to the artistic validity of his vision, as opposed to subjugation and objectification of young women and girls. Often shooting over seas where laws about minor consent are different or absent, David has been featured in galleries and art museums; then taken down; then reinstalled; and even at different times the subject of legal investigations. Whether you find his work beautiful and moving, or sexualized and disturbing…it seems most people have a strong reaction of one kind or another. Here you will find featured some of his more conservative portraiture (only containing nudity in instances of available verification of the models age at time of consent) and several of the images have been edited or cropped to protect the models’ privacy. With as much of a stir as his work has caused in the past, it’s undeniable that his fascination with female (emotional and sexual) development has laid the foundation for a whole host of other artists and photographers to explore the subject in their own work. In this way, Hamilton’s career has innovated a new style of expression, that could conservatively be called a genre. Decide for yourself if you love or loath…