July 22, 2009

Brooke Lynne viewed by

You'll find Brooke Lynne at her official site, her blog, deviantart, Model Mayhem.

"Brooke in a Stream"

Stephen Melvin
"Crack the Clouds and Steal the Sky"

"What We Carry"

"Free Fall"

July 21, 2009

GW Burns

Hand and spirit made by the incredible GW Burns !

"Invader Invasion"

"It's all white now"

"Birds of a Feather"

"Field of Optimism"

"Sayonara Baby"

GW Burns ©

Beautiful Portraiture

Kamil Krawczyk
"Look in your eyes"

Rachel Lovitt and Brian Mackey -
"The Shower Portraits"

James M. Graham -
Art Model Mercury

Lara Jade -

Robert Lubanski -
"Dyff eye"
Model Aneta

Olivier de Rycke -
Model Maria

Franck Petronio -
"Melody Sample, Queen of Buffalo"

John Peri -
"Mr friend D."

July 12, 2009

July 10, 2009

George Schmauch (Zeitgeist Photography)

George Schmauch at deviantART, his first feature.

"Reeperbahn 2029"
Art Models Evaine and Yarrow

"Reifenfabrik Nr 3"
Art Model Candace Nirvana

"Rust Never Sleeps"
Art Model and Painter Yarrow

"The Fortress"
Art Model Evaine

July 9, 2009

Isobella Jade joins us

Based in New York, USA, Isobella Jade is a model, the author of "Almost 5'4", hence her height. Her graphic novel "Model Life" is due fall 2009. She writes daily about the modeling industry from a shorter girl's perspective.

Isobella, you're a renowned model and you're also an author who has published two books (the second in October), "Almost 5'4" and "Model Life", available at Barnes and Noble. Congratulations ! I know what a publication means.

I would like some words more about the process of creation of each of them : " how did the story begin ?

The story of these two books starts when I was really struggling as a model actually. However, at the time, any small success I had found was inspiring and if I ever had a chance to tell my story I had to be brutally honest about it.

So both of these books involved my adventures as a model and I show it in a very honest way. I do not shy away from revealing the grit. We have all heard the stories of girls being discovered on the streets of Paris, and I small towns in Kentucky , but I felt my own was about a different type of modeling. One that involves being self-made. Without an agent, without the fabulous photographers to meet and greet, without the glamour and more about the honest shit that happens when you are trying to be who you want to be.

As a shorter model I have had to use other things to get ahead.

The most important thing has involved knowing how to market myself, not being afraid to skip the middle-man and simply taking a chance. I have had to art direct my shoots, mail, re-mail, try again and again, mail magazines, editors, agents, and I can’t tell you how many No’s I have heard. However I focus on the “yes” getting the next “yes” and I live for the chase.

I truly believe I am the shortest model out there working.

The title of my memoir is "Almost 5’4” but I am a couple inches shorter than that next to a measuring stick.

My graphic novel "Model Life", due this fall, was inspired by the growth of girls who want to be models these days, ten years ago it was not like this.

The internet has changed everything. However being a model takes more than just posting your photo on the internet. Modeling is a challenge, being one and working with great brands, but honestly if it was easy I might be bored with it. I like the chances that are involved with my pursuits.

Modeling is a choice for me, it is not my only option, I want to be here, at the casting, modeling this product, and I am ready to stay overtime if needed to get the job done."