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Lady Warhol

Seminal photographer Christopher Makos has apprenticed with renowned photographer Man Ray in Paris and collaborated with Andy Warhol, whom he taught how to use his first camera.

He introduced Warhol to the work of both Jean-Michel Basquiat  and Keith Haring. Makos’ work has been in the permanent collections of more than 100 museums and major private collections, including those of Malcolm Forbes, Pedro Almodóvar, and ( the late ) Gianni Versace.

In Lady Warhol,  which consists of a total of 349 different photos of Warhol in front of his white studio wall were realized, only the make-up and wigs he wore varied.  The entire project was inspired by Man Ray’s famous Portrait of Marcel Duchamp, who posed for Many Ray as his alter ego Rose Selavy.

Among his other works, Makos’  Icons  portfolio is a collection of silkscreen portraits of Andy Warhol, Elizabeth Taylor, Salvador Dalí, John Lennon and Mick Jagger.

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Lady Warhol

Seminal photographer Christopher Makos has apprenticed with renowned photographer Man Ray in Paris and collaborated with Andy Warhol, whom he taught how to use his first camera.

He introduced Warhol to the work of both Jean-Michel Basquiat  and Keith Haring. Makos’ work has been in the permanent collections of more than 100 museums and major private collections, including those of Malcolm Forbes, Pedro Almodóvar, and ( the late ) Gianni Versace.

In Lady Warhol,  which consists of a total of 349 different photos of Warhol in front of his white studio wall were realized, only the make-up and wigs he wore varied.  The entire project was inspired by Man Ray’s famous Portrait of Marcel Duchamp, who posed for Many Ray as his alter ego Rose Selavy.

Among his other works, Makos’  Icons  portfolio is a collection of silkscreen portraits of Andy Warhol, Elizabeth Taylor, Salvador Dalí, John Lennon and Mick Jagger.

Artist Info
Lady Warhol

Seminal photographer Christopher Makos has apprenticed with renowned photographer Man Ray in Paris and collaborated with Andy Warhol, whom he taught how to use his first camera.

He introduced Warhol to the work of both Jean-Michel Basquiat  and Keith Haring. Makos’ work has been in the permanent collections of more than 100 museums and major private collections, including those of Malcolm Forbes, Pedro Almodóvar, and ( the late ) Gianni Versace.

In Lady Warhol,  which consists of a total of 349 different photos of Warhol in front of his white studio wall were realized, only the make-up and wigs he wore varied.  The entire project was inspired by Man Ray’s famous Portrait of Marcel Duchamp, who posed for Many Ray as his alter ego Rose Selavy.

Among his other works, Makos’  Icons  portfolio is a collection of silkscreen portraits of Andy Warhol, Elizabeth Taylor, Salvador Dalí, John Lennon and Mick Jagger.

Artist Info
Lady Warhol

Seminal photographer Christopher Makos has apprenticed with renowned photographer Man Ray in Paris and collaborated with Andy Warhol, whom he taught how to use his first camera.

He introduced Warhol to the work of both Jean-Michel Basquiat  and Keith Haring. Makos’ work has been in the permanent collections of more than 100 museums and major private collections, including those of Malcolm Forbes, Pedro Almodóvar, and ( the late ) Gianni Versace.

In Lady Warhol,  which consists of a total of 349 different photos of Warhol in front of his white studio wall were realized, only the make-up and wigs he wore varied.  The entire project was inspired by Man Ray’s famous Portrait of Marcel Duchamp, who posed for Many Ray as his alter ego Rose Selavy.

Among his other works, Makos’  Icons  portfolio is a collection of silkscreen portraits of Andy Warhol, Elizabeth Taylor, Salvador Dalí, John Lennon and Mick Jagger.

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Lady Warhol

Seminal photographer Christopher Makos has apprenticed with renowned photographer Man Ray in Paris and collaborated with Andy Warhol, whom he taught how to use his first camera.

He introduced Warhol to the work of both Jean-Michel Basquiat  and Keith Haring. Makos’ work has been in the permanent collections of more than 100 museums and major private collections, including those of Malcolm Forbes, Pedro Almodóvar, and ( the late ) Gianni Versace.

In Lady Warhol,  which consists of a total of 349 different photos of Warhol in front of his white studio wall were realized, only the make-up and wigs he wore varied.  The entire project was inspired by Man Ray’s famous Portrait of Marcel Duchamp, who posed for Many Ray as his alter ego Rose Selavy.

Among his other works, Makos’  Icons  portfolio is a collection of silkscreen portraits of Andy Warhol, Elizabeth Taylor, Salvador Dalí, John Lennon and Mick Jagger.

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Dream Weavers

Self taught photographer Zena Holloway's dramatic, fairy-tale  images are only made possible by her muse,  the water.

Starting out as a commercial diver, Zena has since carved out a hugely successful underwater photographic career. The unique aspects of her work are driven by a deep understanding of the medium of photography, color and of course - water.


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Dream Weavers

Self taught photographer Zena Holloway's dramatic, fairy-tale  images are only made possible by her muse,  the water.

Starting out as a commercial diver, Zena has since carved out a hugely successful underwater photographic career. The unique aspects of her work are driven by a deep understanding of the medium of photography, color and of course - water.


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Dream Weavers

Self taught photographer Zena Holloway's dramatic, fairy-tale  images are only made possible by her muse,  the water.

Starting out as a commercial diver, Zena has since carved out a hugely successful underwater photographic career. The unique aspects of her work are driven by a deep understanding of the medium of photography, color and of course - water.


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Dream Weavers

Self taught photographer Zena Holloway's dramatic, fairy-tale  images are only made possible by her muse,  the water.

Starting out as a commercial diver, Zena has since carved out a hugely successful underwater photographic career. The unique aspects of her work are driven by a deep understanding of the medium of photography, color and of course - water.


Artist Info


View Behind the Scenes Video


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Dream Weavers

Self taught photographer Zena Holloway's dramatic, fairy-tale  images are only made possible by her muse,  the water.

Starting out as a commercial diver, Zena has since carved out a hugely successful underwater photographic career. The unique aspects of her work are driven by a deep understanding of the medium of photography, color and of course - water.

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LOVE FLOWS

Love and Death, poetically and brilliantly visualized. 

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Pop Icons

Grégoire Guillemin, aka “Léon”, refuses to let his childhood passions fade quietly into the past. Science fiction, comic books, and video games still reign.
From 1930’s vintage to modern day Pop Art, his artworks rediscover and reinvent styles through experimentation with variegated, minimalist techniques.
As a leading actor in the “Geek Art” movement, Grégoire doesn’t see himself as an artist, rather as an “Eclectic Graphical Gamer.”  While each one of his projects attain international success on the web, a few of his best known include “Exercises of Style” and “Famous Capsules”.
Also among the most popular, Grégoire’s collection “Pop Icons” is a humorous inside peek at the hidden, yet colorful and slightly steamy, life of our most beloved heroes.


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Pop Icons

Grégoire Guillemin, aka “Léon”, refuses to let his childhood passions fade quietly into the past. Science fiction, comic books, and video games still reign.
From 1930’s vintage to modern day Pop Art, his artworks rediscover and reinvent styles through experimentation with variegated, minimalist techniques.
As a leading actor in the “Geek Art” movement, Grégoire doesn’t see himself as an artist, rather as an “Eclectic Graphical Gamer.”  While each one of his projects attain international success on the web, a few of his best known include “Exercises of Style” and “Famous Capsules”.
Also among the most popular, Grégoire’s collection “Pop Icons” is a humorous inside peek at the hidden, yet colorful and slightly steamy, life of our most beloved heroes.


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Pop Icons

Grégoire Guillemin, aka “Léon”, refuses to let his childhood passions fade quietly into the past. Science fiction, comic books, and video games still reign.
From 1930’s vintage to modern day Pop Art, his artworks rediscover and reinvent styles through experimentation with variegated, minimalist techniques.
As a leading actor in the “Geek Art” movement, Grégoire doesn’t see himself as an artist, rather as an “Eclectic Graphical Gamer.”  While each one of his projects attain international success on the web, a few of his best known include “Exercises of Style” and “Famous Capsules”.
Also among the most popular, Grégoire’s collection “Pop Icons” is a humorous inside peek at the hidden, yet colorful and slightly steamy, life of our most beloved heroes.


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Pop Icons

Grégoire Guillemin, aka “Léon”, refuses to let his childhood passions fade quietly into the past. Science fiction, comic books, and video games still reign.
From 1930’s vintage to modern day Pop Art, his artworks rediscover and reinvent styles through experimentation with variegated, minimalist techniques.
As a leading actor in the “Geek Art” movement, Grégoire doesn’t see himself as an artist, rather as an “Eclectic Graphical Gamer.”  While each one of his projects attain international success on the web, a few of his best known include “Exercises of Style” and “Famous Capsules”.
Also among the most popular, Grégoire’s collection “Pop Icons” is a humorous inside peek at the hidden, yet colorful and slightly steamy, life of our most beloved heroes.


Artist Info
Pop Icons

Grégoire Guillemin, aka “Léon”, refuses to let his childhood passions fade quietly into the past. Science fiction, comic books, and video games still reign.
From 1930’s vintage to modern day Pop Art, his artworks rediscover and reinvent styles through experimentation with variegated, minimalist techniques.
As a leading actor in the “Geek Art” movement, Grégoire doesn’t see himself as an artist, rather as an “Eclectic Graphical Gamer.”  While each one of his projects attain international success on the web, a few of his best known include “Exercises of Style” and “Famous Capsules”.
Also among the most popular, Grégoire’s collection “Pop Icons” is a humorous inside peek at the hidden, yet colorful and slightly steamy, life of our most beloved heroes.


Artist Info

Pop Icons

Grégoire Guillemin, aka “Léon”, refuses to let his childhood passions fade quietly into the past. Science fiction, comic books, and video games still reign.

From 1930’s vintage to modern day Pop Art, his artworks rediscover and reinvent styles through experimentation with variegated, minimalist techniques.

As a leading actor in the “Geek Art” movement, Grégoire doesn’t see himself as an artist, rather as an “Eclectic Graphical Gamer.”  While each one of his projects attain international success on the web, a few of his best known include “Exercises of Style” and “Famous Capsules”.

Also among the most popular, Grégoire’s collection “Pop Icons” is a humorous inside peek at the hidden, yet colorful and slightly steamy, life of our most beloved heroes.

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Eye Spy

Norwegian Beauty, Jeanette Mathisen as photographed by Desiree Mattson for Institute Magazine.


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Eye Spy

Norwegian Beauty, Jeanette Mathisen as photographed by Desiree Mattson for Institute Magazine.


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Eye Spy

Norwegian Beauty, Jeanette Mathisen as photographed by Desiree Mattson for Institute Magazine.


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Eye Spy

Norwegian Beauty, Jeanette Mathisen as photographed by Desiree Mattson for Institute Magazine.

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A Grand Hotel : Nine Feet Tall

The Grand Budapest Hotel, is director Wes Anderson’s eighth and most wittiest-pastel-infused palette, and polite brand of anarchy films to grace the screen. The film is set in the fictional Republic of Zubrowska, an eastern European nation beset by war and oppression. The story unfolds in 1932, as a story-within-a-story-within-a-story,  and follows the blundering escapades of Gustave H. ( Ralph Fiennes ); the dashing concierge of the titular hotel who can be described as somewhat of a dandy— and, in addition to being “ the most liberally-perfumed ”  man ever, has a preference for bedding octogenarians.

Inspired by the early films of Billy Wilder and Ernst Lubitsch such as : To Be or Not to Be  and The Shop Around the Corner - The Grand Budapest Hotel ( which also happens to be only nine feet tall  ) can be described as : having everything, ranging from - crime capers, prison breaks, shoot-outs, murderous henchmen and Nazi SS Squadrons!


The Grand Budapest Hotel is one of the wackiest, delightful comedy-capers from director Wes Anderson,  and was filmed within a time frame of 10 weeks in Berlin and Görlitz, Germany, shot in 3 different aspect ratios , with an all star cast - making its debut in limited theaters  around Los Angeles on March 7, 2014.

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A Grand Hotel : Nine Feet Tall

The Grand Budapest Hotel, is director Wes Anderson’s eighth and most wittiest-pastel-infused palette, and polite brand of anarchy films to grace the screen. The film is set in the fictional Republic of Zubrowska, an eastern European nation beset by war and oppression. The story unfolds in 1932, as a story-within-a-story-within-a-story,  and follows the blundering escapades of Gustave H. ( Ralph Fiennes ); the dashing concierge of the titular hotel who can be described as somewhat of a dandy— and, in addition to being “ the most liberally-perfumed ”  man ever, has a preference for bedding octogenarians.

Inspired by the early films of Billy Wilder and Ernst Lubitsch such as : To Be or Not to Be  and The Shop Around the Corner - The Grand Budapest Hotel ( which also happens to be only nine feet tall  ) can be described as : having everything, ranging from - crime capers, prison breaks, shoot-outs, murderous henchmen and Nazi SS Squadrons!


The Grand Budapest Hotel is one of the wackiest, delightful comedy-capers from director Wes Anderson,  and was filmed within a time frame of 10 weeks in Berlin and Görlitz, Germany, shot in 3 different aspect ratios , with an all star cast - making its debut in limited theaters  around Los Angeles on March 7, 2014.

More Info

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A Grand Hotel : Nine Feet Tall

The Grand Budapest Hotel, is director Wes Anderson’s eighth and most wittiest-pastel-infused palette, and polite brand of anarchy films to grace the screen. The film is set in the fictional Republic of Zubrowska, an eastern European nation beset by war and oppression. The story unfolds in 1932, as a story-within-a-story-within-a-story,  and follows the blundering escapades of Gustave H. ( Ralph Fiennes ); the dashing concierge of the titular hotel who can be described as somewhat of a dandy— and, in addition to being “ the most liberally-perfumed ”  man ever, has a preference for bedding octogenarians.

Inspired by the early films of Billy Wilder and Ernst Lubitsch such as : To Be or Not to Be  and The Shop Around the Corner - The Grand Budapest Hotel ( which also happens to be only nine feet tall  ) can be described as : having everything, ranging from - crime capers, prison breaks, shoot-outs, murderous henchmen and Nazi SS Squadrons!


The Grand Budapest Hotel is one of the wackiest, delightful comedy-capers from director Wes Anderson,  and was filmed within a time frame of 10 weeks in Berlin and Görlitz, Germany, shot in 3 different aspect ratios , with an all star cast - making its debut in limited theaters  around Los Angeles on March 7, 2014.

More Info

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A Grand Hotel : Nine Feet Tall

The Grand Budapest Hotel, is director Wes Anderson’s eighth and most wittiest-pastel-infused palette, and polite brand of anarchy films to grace the screen. The film is set in the fictional Republic of Zubrowska, an eastern European nation beset by war and oppression. The story unfolds in 1932, as a story-within-a-story-within-a-story,  and follows the blundering escapades of Gustave H. ( Ralph Fiennes ); the dashing concierge of the titular hotel who can be described as somewhat of a dandy— and, in addition to being “ the most liberally-perfumed ”  man ever, has a preference for bedding octogenarians.

Inspired by the early films of Billy Wilder and Ernst Lubitsch such as : To Be or Not to Be  and The Shop Around the Corner - The Grand Budapest Hotel ( which also happens to be only nine feet tall  ) can be described as : having everything, ranging from - crime capers, prison breaks, shoot-outs, murderous henchmen and Nazi SS Squadrons!

The Grand Budapest Hotel is one of the wackiest, delightful comedy-capers from director Wes Anderson,  and was filmed within a time frame of 10 weeks in Berlin and Görlitz, Germany, shot in 3 different aspect ratios , with an all star cast - making its debut in limited theaters  around Los Angeles on March 7, 2014.

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MARQUISE DE LA MORT
Placing emphasis on beauty from all over the globe, Factice Magazine’s collaboration with Artists and Photographers from all corners of the world is quickly catapulting them onto becoming a well recognized magazine in the likes of their predecessors such as Vogue, Marie Claire,  and other print mags who have paved the way.

Factice’s front covers burst with color and style, featuring some of the most renown Photographers in the fashion industry. For one of their Print Issues, the Cover and layout featured model Charli D, brilliantly captured through the lens of leading fashion Photographer Iakovos Kalaitzakis.


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MARQUISE DE LA MORT
Placing emphasis on beauty from all over the globe, Factice Magazine’s collaboration with Artists and Photographers from all corners of the world is quickly catapulting them onto becoming a well recognized magazine in the likes of their predecessors such as Vogue, Marie Claire,  and other print mags who have paved the way.

Factice’s front covers burst with color and style, featuring some of the most renown Photographers in the fashion industry. For one of their Print Issues, the Cover and layout featured model Charli D, brilliantly captured through the lens of leading fashion Photographer Iakovos Kalaitzakis.


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MARQUISE DE LA MORT
Placing emphasis on beauty from all over the globe, Factice Magazine’s collaboration with Artists and Photographers from all corners of the world is quickly catapulting them onto becoming a well recognized magazine in the likes of their predecessors such as Vogue, Marie Claire,  and other print mags who have paved the way.

Factice’s front covers burst with color and style, featuring some of the most renown Photographers in the fashion industry. For one of their Print Issues, the Cover and layout featured model Charli D, brilliantly captured through the lens of leading fashion Photographer Iakovos Kalaitzakis.


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MARQUISE DE LA MORT

Placing emphasis on beauty from all over the globe, Factice Magazine’s collaboration with Artists and Photographers from all corners of the world is quickly catapulting them onto becoming a well recognized magazine in the likes of their predecessors such as Vogue, Marie Claire,  and other print mags who have paved the way.

Factice’s front covers burst with color and style, featuring some of the most renown Photographers in the fashion industry. For one of their Print Issues, the Cover and layout featured model Charli D, brilliantly captured through the lens of leading fashion Photographer Iakovos Kalaitzakis.

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Punk Rocker

There’s a clear neo-pop  sense of style reflected in Vijat Mohindra‘s work. His photographic style seems to stem from personal inspiration from the particular subject he is capturing through his lens, such as Matty Morbid here. But all that aside, the fact is, Vijat is talented,  and it can be seen throughout his work collective.

His body of work includes celebrities such as Miley Cirus, Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan, Kelly Osbourne and a slew of other top Hollywood names. His photographs have graced the front covers of magazines such as Vogue, Kult and Factice. Overall, despite his young years- Vijat has managed to conceive quite an impressive portfolio.

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Punk Rocker

There’s a clear neo-pop  sense of style reflected in Vijat Mohindra‘s work. His photographic style seems to stem from personal inspiration from the particular subject he is capturing through his lens, such as Matty Morbid here. But all that aside, the fact is, Vijat is talented,  and it can be seen throughout his work collective.

His body of work includes celebrities such as Miley Cirus, Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan, Kelly Osbourne and a slew of other top Hollywood names. His photographs have graced the front covers of magazines such as Vogue, Kult and Factice. Overall, despite his young years- Vijat has managed to conceive quite an impressive portfolio.

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Punk Rocker

There’s a clear neo-pop  sense of style reflected in Vijat Mohindra‘s work. His photographic style seems to stem from personal inspiration from the particular subject he is capturing through his lens, such as Matty Morbid here. But all that aside, the fact is, Vijat is talented,  and it can be seen throughout his work collective.

His body of work includes celebrities such as Miley Cirus, Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan, Kelly Osbourne and a slew of other top Hollywood names. His photographs have graced the front covers of magazines such as Vogue, Kult and Factice. Overall, despite his young years- Vijat has managed to conceive quite an impressive portfolio.

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The Killing Of A President

The speculations and conspiracy theories which for decades have surrounded the JFK assassination will probably never be answered, and therefore- we will all be left to either accept the half-truths which the Government has been spoon feeding us throughout the (nearly ) past 5 decades, or …. we can concoct our very own analogies and personal assumptions by which to pacify our need for some viable and acceptable "truth"  behind  the massacre which took place on that fateful day ( November 22, 1963 ) in American History, where the world witnessed the End of Camelot.

Artist and Illustrator Michal Lisowski depicts quite a different scenario in his illustration appropriately titled : JFK Assassination. If one looks closer, they are able to see the Artists perspective concerning the events of that day. The First Lady ( then : Jackie Onassis Kennedy ) is depicted as having discovered pictures of her philandering husband’s mistress ( Marilyn Monroe at the time ), and the grief and fury of a woman  scorned is clearly defined on her face. Upon even closer inspection, ( left ) one is able to see that there are 2 Gunmen located in the Old Book Repository - and upon even closer inspection, there is yet another assassin below the sewer cap on the ground.

This particular illustrative depiction of Michal Lisowski’s work creates an entirely new twist to every other conspiracy theory which has ever existed up until now - but what is even more frightening is, that this one makes more sense than any other conspiracy theory which has existed in the past!
This rules out the “lone gunman theory” now.

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