Tagged: Photography

cory stevens: kaleidoscopic architecture


By deconstructing and recomposing his photographs of architecture, Canadian photographer Cory Stevens creates these extremely intricate patterns of design. Comprised of photos of windows, buildings, ceilings and walls his images portray extremely detailed depth and exude a mystical and artificial appeal, immediately sparking curiosity.

But mostly, It’s fucking cool.

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the basis

the basis

Cliche, maybe.
A photograph by Helmut Newton of the Yves Saint Laurent “Le Smoking” tuxedo.

Where masculine meets feminine and elegance is redefined by pushing the boundaries.

Style is personal and profound, the communication of an essence captured in the aesthetic we surround ourselves with.

I’m here to share mine.