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Katie Moore Plays a Fallen Angel Seeking Wings by Txema Yeste

Katie Moore plays a fallen angel seeking new wings in “L’ange déchu” by Txema YesteNuméro #178, November 2016. This story presents an opportunity to reconsider the boundaries of certain verbiage. Words have meaning. Here we have placed upon this pictorial our past understanding of the term… fallen angel. So what I offer forth is a challenge. To break free from ou…

Burnt Embers of Our Past ~ Seek a Stronger Future in Numéro Mag

Ilvie Wittek faces the underlying fire that burns deep inside shot by Katja Mayer for Numéro Magazine, September 2016. The burnt embers of our past seek a stronger future, as smoldering sections signify the unspeakable pain we’ve endured as a people. Destruction is portrayed in charred pieces strewn across the floor, as wood is transformed into a tinderbox of tragedy. Construct con…

Fit for a ~Comme des Garçons~ Queen Shot by Miles Aldridge

Viola Podkopaeva wears pieces fit for a queen in “Rei Kawakubo, Reine De L’Avant-Garde” by Miles Aldridge for Numéro #176, September 2016. Since its inception in 1969, Comme des Garçons, has been at the forefront of future fashion. Rei Kawakubo revolutionized the industry by introducing the art of storytelling to the business of style. A designer known for her …

Soul of City Speaks as Molly Becomes One with Streets

Molly Bair becomes one with the city in “Seule dans la Ville” by Jeff Bark for Numéro #176, September 2016. The soul of the city speaks as the music moves to the sounds of the streets. Wielding her worth Bair beckons… from behind the walls art evolves, around in every corner lurks a shadow that speaks. The city comes alive symbolizing the beauty of every brick. Not the sky-s…

Earth’s Light Emanates From Stella's Forehead, Txema Yeste

Stella Lucia shows we are all but small creatures on a grand scale in “Extase” by Txema Yeste for Numéro #175, August 2016. Earth, Air, Fire and Water explode as this story celebrates the four earthly elements. Particular units contain unique and uncommon properties, which all work together to create a united universe. Earth’s body beckons us near as we explore the f…

Michi Kat Rides Rainbow of Life "Jack Early" Independence Day

Michi Kat rides a rainbow into Independence Day in “Jack Early” by Greg Kadel for Numéro Magazine, June 2016. Ana Cristina, Rhiannon McConnell & Veronika Vilim pushes pride with designs that define our love of country. Red, White & Blue Celebrates the Colors of America, while creativity captures our spirit of change. Tectonic imagery invites us to move as dyna…

The Fluid Nature of Art & Poetry Speak a Visual Language of Love

Hayett McCarthy & Alina Levichkina see through the clouds of creativity comes a moment of truth by Amanda Charchian for Numéro #174, June/July 2016. The fluid language of art and poetry speak, as the Goddess of beauty and light flow free. A journey of female empowerment comes alive, as we seek to find spirit of the modern woman. Sentient images ignite a passionate fury, as see-thru silk te…

Charlee Fraser Plays a Little Tie Me Up 'Attache-moi' Greg Kadel

Charlee Fraser plays a little, Tie Me Up, in ‘Attache-moi’ shot by Greg Kadel for Numéro, May 2016. Conceptual overtones are lifted from a dream as sensuality conveys the art of extreme. Pushing past the limits of convention this story takes us to the mindful edge. Standing in direct opposition to the tone of this tale, Kadel’s clean imagery sends a signal of strength…

Julia Wachtel Takes Us on Neon Trip Thru Mind's Eye in "Art"

Julie Hoomans takes us on a trip through the mind’s eye in, The Art Issue, by Victor Demarchelier for Numéro #176, June/July 2016. Julia Wachtel treats us to one of her infamous – transitional fables – where we are asked to sit back and enjoy the ride. As she puts it, “the logic of language is disturbed enough to provoke a reaction”, while I see the landscaped ver…

Marie-Agnès Gillot Shines Like Bright Star in the Night Sky

Marie-Agnès Gillot shines like a Star in the night sky in “Étoile” by Jacob Sutton for Numéro #173, May 2016. Letting go of gravity, Gillot glides across the frame like a phoenix in flight. This creature captures our imagination while she takes us to new heights, as a primary dancer in Ballet of the Paris Opera. Predatory in her stance – stately in her appearance, this c…

Matilda Dods a Mannequin in Neon "Pink Light District"

Matilda Dods plays a doll part in “Pink Light District” by Miles Aldridge for Numéro Magazine, S/S ’16. Saturated with his unique brand of beauty, Miles takes us one shade away from the Red Light District. Model/Musician, Matilda, goes from pretty to plastique, as this story screams with layers of sadness. Samuel François uses bright styles that meet the surroundin…

Guinevere Introduces Us to Artful Glory of "La Geisha"

Guinevere Van Seenus melds into the story in “La Geisha” by Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello for Numéro #172, 04/16. A modern tale of sensual stimulation and artful revelation, Guinevere becomes one with the sun ~ The Geisha Girl. Setting herself above the scene she artfully fits into a day dream. Dressed in the currency of creation, each image injects a sense of wayward wo…