I could not be more of a fan of Alice in Wonderland. LOVE the book. LOVE the characters. LOVE the storyline. LOVE the Disney film – great songs. But lets be honest…one of the best things about Alice in Wonderland, is that Lewis Carroll was probably as high as a kite when he created this masterpiece and lets be even more honest, little blonde Alice frolicking in her brightly coloured cartoon Disney Land conveys little of the dark intensity that we associate with the original novel. So I assume I am not alone when I say, for this….. I CAN NOT WAIT…….
– watch out for some familiar faces, the cast is ridiculous!(ly good)
My first shoot that I have worked on for The Hideout came out in a German magazine called StreetWear last week. For “Here Come the Heads,” Graffiti artist TEK 13 www.optdesign.com, and I collaged our office walls and floor with old posters from the store. We invited friends and family of the Hide Out (boys only,) to pose for us and photographer Neil Bedford www.neilbedford.com combined forces with stylist Stephen Mann www.theonplace.com to pull together a distinctivly relaxed, black and white set of portraits that reflect the Hideout vibe down to a T. I’ve chosen a couple of my favourites here. To see the full 10page shoot check out StreetWear July/August/September, Issue 29. www.stw2d.de
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Tagged Adidas, Disney, Don Letts, Germany, Graffiti, Ian Brown, Mens fashion, Neighborhood, Neil Bedford, Nike NSW, Norse Projects, Stephen Mann, StreetWear, Stussy, Supreme, Terry Hall, The Hideout, Visvim