Archives ofTony the “Cement maker“
Streetwear isn’t a word ringing harmoniously to fashion purists’ ears. But it is a fact, creativity comes from the street. Podiums have an influence, that is true, but many times I wished I had Scott Shuman’s talent shooting fellows, striding the macadam along. Some boys just concerned about their style, always getting C’s or D’s… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
Unique, singular a rendez-vous can be. The attraction of any rendez-vous lies more in the uncertainty surrounding it than the linear way it takes place, filled with dullness one would forget as soon as his glass would empty. Amnestic content for a meeting which unpredictable verdict settles from anonymous signs, imaginative metaphysics… The creation of… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
It is a fact, some of you may not bear this, but green has emerged as a key color this summer. I am not telling green is like any ad song Coke were inflicting us during the 90′s (I pretty sure I can win a lawsuit reminding any judge that we could hear Wes –… Read more1 validationand1 comment for this article.
Last sunday was election day in France, a day like no other. Either you are an active militant or a responsible abstainer, all discussions were about it these days. As everyone was covering them, we thought we could make it our own way, by shooting a special “bleu-blanc-rouge” outfit, all composed by French brands. See… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Sometimes you just can’t explain why… mi-season breaks can only go well, like my weekend in Berlin in March. The unusual sun for this part of the year has been kind of a “red thread” for our stay. I have been visiting Berlin regularly these last few years and I have really never seen such… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
It was impossible for me to keep shooting photos for French Truckers without stopping by Lyon. One part of my friends and family would have ended up holding it against me, I mean for forgetting their beloved city. Passing through Rhône and Saône, two weeks ago, I enjoyed a sunny weather to walk calmly along… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
The beginning of the year is most probably a time where we like to stay home, calmly, comfortably, wrapped up in some soft and warm fabrics. Recovering from last years’ adventures gulping down excessive amounts of subtly cooked dished is not exactly a picnic, you would certainly agree. Moreover, this period has to be braved… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
Town. Some like it, some hate it. It fascinates, never leaves unmoved. Wall are its limits, windows illuminate it. It is simple to get lost in it and even more to lose yourself into it. Better worth exploring it. Le chemin de fer de Petite Ceinture, this former circular railway connecting Paris’ main railroad stations,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Summer has taken its French leave after having unexpectedly persisted till the early days of October. Leaves are starting to fall from the trees and I am feeling an irresistible need to snuggle up into a thick and comfortable cardigan. People often ask how to cloak themselves on mid-seasons, better not to think about it…. Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
When travels are failing, TV shows broaden the mind. Especially those from the 1980′s improved mine. Miami Vice is to be considered like some show you don’t watch for the script but only because it is aesthetically pleasing (and to learn how to chat girls up). What if we were transposing Miami Vice in Paris… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.