Among a population of seven-and-a-half million people, there are bound to be one or two interesting, creative characters, aren´t there? Full colour black and white portrait story for our themed issue, captured by long term contributor Perou. Editorial design by art director Malin Persson.
Photography assistant Frances Hood
Hair and make-up artist
“I started with a bit of Eyeliner and got carried away…”
Singer/songwriter in Namazonia, stylist /muse to Basso & Brooke, co-founder of Super Super magazine
“Kimberley is my name…Performer, model, singer, artist in vfx and on paper is my nature. I´am a country girl who grew up doing pantomimes – can you tell?”
Photographic assistant, retoucher, part-time super woman, and cat enthusiast
Fashion stylist and art director
For this portrait, Charles salutes iconic photographer Robert Mapplethorp
Make-up: NORA NONA using MAC
RUDY DE BELGEONNE
Artist and new media guru whose latest project is an installation of more than 1.000 hand-painted enamel panels, each with a word or phrase used to describe a man.
Who´s The Man? Is at The Future Gallery, London, 3-10 June
Fiercely Mancunian, London-based freelance art dictator who has worked with Arena, adidas, Levi´s and GQ
London-based, New Zealand born stylist, illustrator and UK fashion editor of Karen magazine.
London´s premier painted and coiffed DJ throws the infamous Circus parties and is a self-confessed twitter addict.
Shot against a black wall wearing black wall wearing black and white make-upwith a white wig, because, “When life is complicated, sometimes its nice to do things simply”
Art director who has worked from everything from the 2012 Paralympics logo to the pop-up restaurant for the roof of Selfridges.
“I want to create a dark cloud by subverting the imagery associated with a bunch of ballons”