Sarah Moon (born 1941), previously known as Marielle Hadengue, is a French photographer. Initially a model, she turned to fashion photography in the 1970s. Since 1985, she has concentrated on gallery and film work. In 1972, she shot the Pirelli calendar, the first woman to do so. After working for a long time with Cacharel, her reputation grew and she also received commissions from Chanel, Dior, Comme des Garçons and Vogue. In 1985, she moved into gallery and film work, even making a pop video.
Set an algorithm and let it go, the generative art of DextroIn an perpetuating series of beautiful and abstract stills, animations, films and applied graphics, Dextro – an original (more…)
Beautiful title sequences from the movie The FallI often think that slow motion is becoming a bit over-used, but that’s far from the case here. When in the right hands, it can turn chaos into tranquility. (more…)
Doug Garrison – motorsports artworksDoug Garrison's portraits are atypical in the fact that they aren't the usual photo-reality portraits many artists strive for. (more…)