Here's a collection of some somewhat dreamy and magical pictures I've collected over time. Probably inspired by the fact that I'm an 80's child and grew up watching things like Fantasia, Labyrinth, The Never Ending Story, The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe and The Dark Crystal.
Thursday, 17 November 2011
Tuesday, 15 November 2011
Russian model Anna Selezneva poses as 'Eco Warrior' for the Fall/Winter 2009 edition of i-D magazine. Photographed by Richard Bush and styled by Sarah Richardson.
By illustrator and graphic designer Hanna Viktorsson.
Model Abbey Lee Kershaw for 'Oiseau Rare' photographed by Miguel Reveriego for Numero Magazine Issue 110.
Photographer, Sally Mann's beautiful pictures aren't the typical photographs you see of children. Mann rose to notoriety with her 1995 series 'Immediate Family' in which she photographed her children at their home in rural Virginia. Mann was both criticized and lauded for her black and white depictions of her children's daily lives. In the introduction to her book Mann writes, "We are spinning a story of what it is to grow up. It is a complicated story and sometimes we try to take on the grand themes: anger, love, death, sensuality and beauty". Her work is a great portrayal of siblings and a childhood of running wild and free.
Kate Moss. The Face. Photographed by Corrine Day. 1989.
Peter Brook's 1963 adaptation of William Golding's classic debut novel, Lord of the Flies.
California based artist Andrea Zuill's illustrations of colourful, quirky and unhappy characters are surreal and darkly humorous. The 'little girl lost' feeling they have reminds me of 'The Lost Boys' from Peter Pan.
Photographs of girls from the Surma and the Mursi tribes from the Omo Valley on the borders of Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan.