Berlin based artist duo BILLY & HELLS latest personal work »Côte d’Azur«
BILLY & HELLS is the pseudonym for the creative duo comprised of Berlin based photographers
and directors Anke Linz and Andreas Oettinger.
The Photographers met in the mid 80’s and shortly after began collaborating creatively. Inspired
by the photographs of Irving Penn and Helmut Newton Andreas and Anke started to work in the
field of fashion photography.
They stumbled, more or less by coincidence, on a technique that would define their future works.
The results were special and surprising. BILLY & HELLS’ photographs exist in a world of
in-betweens. Their deceptively simple, straight forward portraits convey a certain complexity.
The archetypal characters depicted in their photographs – soldiers, cowboys, nurses – possess an
underlying sense of mystery, hinting at the duality of the sitter as well as the fictional world they inhabit.
Seamlessly blending past and present, reality and fantasy, their photographs become a nostalgic diary,
purposefully left open for interpretation.
Styling: Heidi Wieser Plaetz
Hair & Make up: Gabrielle Theurer
„Today I have six pictures for you!“
People, life style and advertising photographer FLORIAN SCHÜPPEL shot
OPEL #Adamweekshot Campaign in cooperation with Germany’s Next Top Model.
CD: Oliver Dietrich (SevenOne AdFactory)
Styling: Nina Piatscheck
H&M: Helena Narra /co Liganord
Model: Malaika (Cream Models)
Photo assistant: Daniel Suhre
Paris based beauty, fashion and advertising photographer DIMITRI DANILOFF lensed the latest
campaign for Samsung’s GALAXY A smartphone.
Agency: Leo Burnett Paris
Art Direction: Mohamed Bareche
Retouching: Spark Link Paris
Meshology is a collaboration between French photographer DIMITRI DANILOFF and German CG Artist Sven Hauth.
In this series, CG webs wrap around the human form to create surreal, acrobatic moments of entanglement.
It is part of DIMITRI DANILOF’s fascination with incorporating technology in his photographs of human subjects
and testing their perceived physical boundaries. He challenges his viewer to consider what is real, and what is possible.
As part of his work capturing teen culture around the world, he invited Sven to weave virtual hanging nets to trap the
young trickers in their futuristic oases.
The original images were taken during various Tricking sessions on the beaches
of Spain with the Asociación de tricking Vila Real , where youths combine elements of parkour, dance, and gymnastics
and contort their bodies in mid-air.