Posts featuring makeup_hair Andrew Gallimore

Odyssey of Skin Shape Begins as Fantasy Meets Reality

Georgie Hobday redefines the idea of intergalactic beauty in “Transform-Her” by Rankin for Hunger Magazine, Issue #15. Fantasy Meets Reality in this exquisite cover editorial made to make us think. Is this real or is this fantasy? Artistry is the great equalizer. It commands us to see beyond our limits and to dream beyond our means. It’s a conveyor of all things. ThatR…

Her Eyes Are Alive With a Vibrant Kind of Pride, Hunger

Maisie Jane & Jade Hudson are works of live art by Rankin for Hunger Magazine, Issue 15. Beauty breaks through as we watch the tattered walls of injustice fall off the face like pieces of tin foil. Art is the great equalizer. It allows us to vent our most intense of feelings, transforming mental anguish into the visual experience. Here I see the fight for female rights creatively captured acr…

Sarah Brannon Dives Deep in a Sea of Double Exposure

Sarah Brannon dives deep in a sea of double exposure in “La Predatrice” by Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones for Numéro #195. Proving you can tell a story while still focusing on style. Sarah is a picture of predatory pretty as sartorial art is a unique avenue to explore. Verbiage goes vogue ~ as layers of stunning fabric fall over the body like words filling up the page. Th…

Rediscover Craze of 90's Retro Daze

Rankin and Andrew Gallimore combine avant-garde artistry with 90’s neo-pop in “Saved by the Bell” for Hunger Magazine. This captures the chaos of color that defined those times. It’s a dramatic blend of bold that brings us back to the day. However, like with any trip down memory lane, we tend to take a few liberties in the recall department. Enshrining that, or any, e…

Is the Mask We Wear Our Truth or Is It the Skin Below?

Georgie Hobday exposes her many layers in “X-Ray” by Rankin for Hunger Magazine. In one of the most prophetic passages I read by poet E. E. Cummings was, “The greatest battle we face as human beings is the battle to protect our true selves from the self the world wants us to become.” By taking pieces of that conceptual treatment and mixing it with Rankin’s unique view of …

Artistic Side Will Rise & Devour "Daughters of Darkness" Hunger

Lena Hamm, Chiara, Maisie Jane & Georgie Hobday devours the night in “Daughters of Darkness” by Rankin for Hunger Magazine, 11/16. Drama defines the scene as pictures possess an avant-garde extreme. Each shot tempts us with titillation, while eye-popping imagery scorches us with satisfaction. Lola Chatterton celebrates the art of embellishments by making her way from …

Art of Fashion Unfolds in 'Fairy Queen' Vogue Germany

Nastya Sten & Sophie Touchet step into the light in ‘Fairy Queen’ by Phil Poynter for Vogue Germany, October 2014. Enchanted by the ecstasy of enlightenment, these two girls take us on a vision quest of curiosity. Stylist, Amanda Harlech, embraces the elements by showcasing a selection of this season’s avant-garde fashions. The mood of modern makeup unfolds as th…

Maryna Linchuk is 'Playing with Color' in Vogue Japan Beauty

Maryna Linchuk finds her way into the cartoon world of ‘Playing with Color’ by Lacey for the March issue of Vogue Japan.  Inspired by American artist, Roy Lichtenstein, (makeup artist) Andrew Gallimore and (stylist) Beth Fenton create a vision of modern Pop Art Beauty.  A dream come true this kitchy fashion fantasy is a girl’s version of Charlie and the Chocol…